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Small Tea Caddy /Storage Jar Silver Plate Lid and Rim

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    Posted 2 years ago

    BertieC
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    Hi all
    just brought this lovely little I think tea caddy or storage jar with a silver plated lid and rim
    lovely details on the pattern blue flowers and gold leaves
    it does have a mark on the bottom with a number 6110 which is properly the pattern number
    Does anyone out there recognise this and could tell me the makers of this lovely jar
    height is 4"
    kind regards Andy

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    Comments

    1. hunterqlee hunterqlee, 2 years ago
      It is a biscuit jar.
    2. hunterqlee hunterqlee, 2 years ago
      Probably Victorian era.
    3. BertieC BertieC, 2 years ago
      Blimey got to be very small biscuits at 4" (10cm) tall
      I did think it might be Victorian
      many thanks for your comments
      Kind Regards Andy
    4. BertieC BertieC, 2 years ago
      Hunterglee Spot on it is a biscuit barrel just Googled image loads with the same style lid but known like my pattern
      just need to find makers now and I'm done
      loving this site
      KR Andy

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