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T8313 Huge German Silver Tea Caddy A very large German antique silver tea caddy by Neresheimer of Hanau, circa 1870. Price:

T8313 Huge German Silver Tea Caddy A very large German antique silver tea caddy by Neresheimer of Hanau, circa 1870. Price: $1,395.00 T8314 German Silver Tea Caddy An antique silver German tea caddy by Neresheimer of Hanau in the shape of a house with a Chinese man on one side and chased figural scenes on the other sides. The sides of the tea ball are hand chased with the ornate repousse and the hinged lid and bottom are hand chased with graduating stippled lines. Engraved with a porcupine crest and with wood finial and handle. Hallmarked 1871 complete with makers and the St Petersburg hallmark. Price: $3,500.00 An American cylindrical shaped sterling silver tea caddy with outstanding all-over chasing depicting flowers, leaves and stems. Height 4 1/2"; diameter 2 1/2"; weight 5.35 troy oz. Cast mandarin finial with original nut on the inside. The prongs are inserted into the spout and the bowl swivels to catch the tea leaves.The tea caddy has a hinged lid with a large butterfly finial and a monogram. The roof has engraved tiles and the pull off cap has a bird finial. Alternating engraved panels of engine turning and Chinese figural scenes. Price: $1,595.00 8058 Mixed Metals Sterling Tea Caddy Unmarked but Presumably Gorham An antique sterling hammered tea caddy unmarked but presumably by Gorham and monogrammed on the base. Price: $3,750.00 C7763 Coin Silver Tea Service An unusual square shaped coin silver four piece tea service on ball and claw feet with lion faces at the top of the feet. The edge of the strainer is embossed with scrolls and flowers and the bowl is finely pierced.

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T8313 Huge German Silver Tea Caddy A very large German antique silver tea caddy by Neresheimer of Hanau, circa 1870. Price: $1,395.00 T8314 German Silver Tea Caddy An antique silver German tea caddy by Neresheimer of Hanau in the shape of a house with a Chinese man on one side and chased figural scenes on the other sides. The sides of the tea ball are hand chased with the ornate repousse and the hinged lid and bottom are hand chased with graduating stippled lines. Engraved with a porcupine crest and with wood finial and handle. Hallmarked 1871 complete with makers and the St Petersburg hallmark. Price: $3,500.00 An American cylindrical shaped sterling silver tea caddy with outstanding all-over chasing depicting flowers, leaves and stems. Height 4 1/2"; diameter 2 1/2"; weight 5.35 troy oz. Cast mandarin finial with original nut on the inside. The prongs are inserted into the spout and the bowl swivels to catch the tea leaves.

The tea caddy has a hinged lid with a large butterfly finial and a monogram. The roof has engraved tiles and the pull off cap has a bird finial. Alternating engraved panels of engine turning and Chinese figural scenes. Price: $1,595.00 8058 Mixed Metals Sterling Tea Caddy Unmarked but Presumably Gorham An antique sterling hammered tea caddy unmarked but presumably by Gorham and monogrammed on the base. Price: $3,750.00 C7763 Coin Silver Tea Service An unusual square shaped coin silver four piece tea service on ball and claw feet with lion faces at the top of the feet. The edge of the strainer is embossed with scrolls and flowers and the bowl is finely pierced.

,395.00 T8314 German Silver Tea Caddy An antique silver German tea caddy by Neresheimer of Hanau in the shape of a house with a Chinese man on one side and chased figural scenes on the other sides. The sides of the tea ball are hand chased with the ornate repousse and the hinged lid and bottom are hand chased with graduating stippled lines. Engraved with a porcupine crest and with wood finial and handle. Hallmarked 1871 complete with makers and the St Petersburg hallmark. Price: ,500.00 An American cylindrical shaped sterling silver tea caddy with outstanding all-over chasing depicting flowers, leaves and stems. Height 4 1/2"; diameter 2 1/2"; weight 5.35 troy oz. Cast mandarin finial with original nut on the inside. The prongs are inserted into the spout and the bowl swivels to catch the tea leaves.The tea caddy has a hinged lid with a large butterfly finial and a monogram. The roof has engraved tiles and the pull off cap has a bird finial. Alternating engraved panels of engine turning and Chinese figural scenes. Price:

T8313 Huge German Silver Tea Caddy A very large German antique silver tea caddy by Neresheimer of Hanau, circa 1870. Price: $1,395.00 T8314 German Silver Tea Caddy An antique silver German tea caddy by Neresheimer of Hanau in the shape of a house with a Chinese man on one side and chased figural scenes on the other sides. The sides of the tea ball are hand chased with the ornate repousse and the hinged lid and bottom are hand chased with graduating stippled lines. Engraved with a porcupine crest and with wood finial and handle. Hallmarked 1871 complete with makers and the St Petersburg hallmark. Price: $3,500.00 An American cylindrical shaped sterling silver tea caddy with outstanding all-over chasing depicting flowers, leaves and stems. Height 4 1/2"; diameter 2 1/2"; weight 5.35 troy oz. Cast mandarin finial with original nut on the inside. The prongs are inserted into the spout and the bowl swivels to catch the tea leaves.The tea caddy has a hinged lid with a large butterfly finial and a monogram. The roof has engraved tiles and the pull off cap has a bird finial. Alternating engraved panels of engine turning and Chinese figural scenes. Price: $1,595.00 8058 Mixed Metals Sterling Tea Caddy Unmarked but Presumably Gorham An antique sterling hammered tea caddy unmarked but presumably by Gorham and monogrammed on the base. Price: $3,750.00 C7763 Coin Silver Tea Service An unusual square shaped coin silver four piece tea service on ball and claw feet with lion faces at the top of the feet. The edge of the strainer is embossed with scrolls and flowers and the bowl is finely pierced.

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T8313 Huge German Silver Tea Caddy A very large German antique silver tea caddy by Neresheimer of Hanau, circa 1870. Price: $1,395.00 T8314 German Silver Tea Caddy An antique silver German tea caddy by Neresheimer of Hanau in the shape of a house with a Chinese man on one side and chased figural scenes on the other sides. The sides of the tea ball are hand chased with the ornate repousse and the hinged lid and bottom are hand chased with graduating stippled lines. Engraved with a porcupine crest and with wood finial and handle. Hallmarked 1871 complete with makers and the St Petersburg hallmark. Price: $3,500.00 An American cylindrical shaped sterling silver tea caddy with outstanding all-over chasing depicting flowers, leaves and stems. Height 4 1/2"; diameter 2 1/2"; weight 5.35 troy oz. Cast mandarin finial with original nut on the inside. The prongs are inserted into the spout and the bowl swivels to catch the tea leaves.

The tea caddy has a hinged lid with a large butterfly finial and a monogram. The roof has engraved tiles and the pull off cap has a bird finial. Alternating engraved panels of engine turning and Chinese figural scenes. Price: $1,595.00 8058 Mixed Metals Sterling Tea Caddy Unmarked but Presumably Gorham An antique sterling hammered tea caddy unmarked but presumably by Gorham and monogrammed on the base. Price: $3,750.00 C7763 Coin Silver Tea Service An unusual square shaped coin silver four piece tea service on ball and claw feet with lion faces at the top of the feet. The edge of the strainer is embossed with scrolls and flowers and the bowl is finely pierced.

,595.00 8058 Mixed Metals Sterling Tea Caddy Unmarked but Presumably Gorham An antique sterling hammered tea caddy unmarked but presumably by Gorham and monogrammed on the base. Price: ,750.00 C7763 Coin Silver Tea Service An unusual square shaped coin silver four piece tea service on ball and claw feet with lion faces at the top of the feet. The edge of the strainer is embossed with scrolls and flowers and the bowl is finely pierced.

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Price: $3,750.00 T8206 Large Stieff Sterling Tea Ball A large antique sterling silver hand chases tea ball by the Stieff Company of Baltimore Maryland. Price: $595.00 T8223 English Silver Tea Caddy An antique English silver engraved tea caddy by George Unite, London 1890 with French import marks. The set was retailed by J E Caldwell of Philadelphia and marked with style number 466. The lid with a floral finial slides sideways to open. Height 5 1/4" to the finial; width 3 3/4"; depth 2 1/8"; weight 10.1 troy oz. Price: $1,750.00 T7343 Superb English Silver Tea Caddy William Leuchars An antique sterling silver tea caddy by William Leuchars, London 1889. Magnificent cast and hand chased detail of figures from the Orient with pogodas and scrolls. Marked with the Mauser logo, Sterling, A and 108, Theodore Starr. An antique sterling silver double tea caddy of rectangular form, engraved border and two hinged compartments with finials. Length 4 1/2"; by 2 3/8"; Height 3 1/8"; weight 11.70 troy oz. A sterling silver art nouveau teapot by the American silversmiths Simons c 1900 with carved wood handle, finial and insulators and four protruding feet. Four romantic figural panels with swags and garden scenes and a pull of lid decorated with chased birds.

At the base of the caddy is an applied retriever with cat tails and reeds together with applied silver "sand" extending along the entire base. The spot hammering of the silver caddy varies in size on both the lid and the body. The maker is Sebastian Garrard of London and dates to1931. Multiple floral motifs chased on the body, handle and spout.

Symbols for the city of origin include an anchor for Birmingham and a crown for Sheffield (since 1975, a rose). A letter stamp provides the date of manufacture: Each year is assigned one letter of the alphabet; a new cycle starts with a different font.

Until the 1500s, the symbol for the silversmith was often a plant or an animal suggesting the family name. American marks weren't enforced as systematically and were therefore never as elaborate.

With the adoption of the sterling standard after the Civil War, silversmiths continued to stamp their own names on the back, along with the word sterling or the number 92.5 or 925, all of which indicate sterling quality. The Gorham company's mark was a row of three emblems: a lion (for sterling), an anchor (for its base in Rhode Island), and a "G" (its initial).