Tea caddy - Silver, Coconut Shell - British Colonies - Second half 18th century

Description
Tea caddy - Silver, Coconut Shell - British Colonies - Second half 18th century
Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes - 116 g

Antique Georgian period, English colonial silver and coconut shell, tea caddy or sugar bowl.
Made in: A United Kingdom colony country possibly Indian
18th Century, Circa 1760's
Tested positive for silver.

Dimensions -
Diameter of Base : 9.2 cm
Total Height : 15.3 cm
Weight : 116 grams total

Condition: General surface wear and tear with some age related wear as expected, the base has small crack in coconut shell, however it is fully intact, no damage, excellent condition for it's age, please see pictures.

Item will be packaged and shipped within one to two working days. Shipping price includes express delivery service (one to two working days), full insurance and packaging

Lot details
Object
Tea caddy
Material
Coconut Shell, Silver
Style
Georgian
Estimated Period
Second half 18th century
Country of Origin
British Colonies
Condition
Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes
Weight
116 g
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