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A fine set of three George II Tea Caddies made in London in 1758 by Francis Crump.


The Caddies are of bombe form and each stand on four bracket feet. The main bodies are all chased with scrolls, shells and trailing floral and foliate motifs. The front of each Caddy displays a Rococo cartouche engraved with script initials. The domed hinged covers are chased with the same decoration as seen on the main bodies and each terminate in a cast floral finial.

Height: 5 inches, 12.5cm.

Width of large Caddy: 3.1 inches, 7.75cm.

Total Weight: 21oz.