English Mahogany Tea Caddies
English, 19th century. Two tea caddies in mahogany with lightwood banding, one of sarcophagus form, having an ivory kite-form escutcheon, brass scroll feet and two lidded interior compartments, the other with brass flower basket ring handle, two lidded interior compartments and a center compartment; larger caddy ht. 6.5, wd. 11.5, dp. 5.75 in., smaller caddy ht. 5.75, wd. 7.75, dp. 4.5 in.
Provenance: Property from the Estate of Herbert Stanley Cain, Cincinnati, OH
Small areas of missing banding to both. Larger caddy with loose hinged lid, interior lids missing knobs and missing escutcheon.