Antique tea caddy from China.

Chinese tea tin or caddy, decorated with birds & flowering branches and fan patterns, octagonal with cap lid, China

Bird Tea Caddie; porcelain and red underglaze, 8x5x5 in. $150.

black and white - Bird-Tea-Caddie - ceramic - Karen Newgard

Sterling Silver Tea Caddy, England. Made by William Vincent and engraved "Mary Hooker Dole", 1777.

George III Sterling Silver Tea Caddy, 1777

George III Sterling Silver Tea Caddy, 1777 England 1777 Fine George III sterling silver tea caddy by William Vincent, Engraved "Mary Hooker Dole".

A Russian gilded silver and enamel tea caddy, Antip Kuzmichev, Moscow, 1892. Of octagonal section with lobed sides, enameled with colorful stylized foliage on a gilded stippled ground, with slip-on cover and with interior cork and gilded silver stopper, the base inscribed 'Made for Tiffany & Co.'

Russian silver gilt & cloisonne enamel tea caddy made for Tiffany & co circa 1892

mum-designed natsume, a type of tea caddy used in Japanese tea ceremony  田村壽秀, 1821, Makie Museum

Japanese lacquered tea box or caddy (Usucha-ki or natsume) for holding the powdered tea used in traditional tea ceremony, gold chrysthanthemum decoration on black, lacquered wood

Staffordshire Earthenware Tea Canister ~ 1765

Staffordshire Earthenware Tea Canister ~ 1765 - octagonal shape with allover green glaze and press-molded prunus designs to either side, ht.