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Brass and Copper Caddy
Lightly hammered Arts & Crafts brass and copper caddy – possibly originally for tea or perhaps tobacco.
Cylindrical in shape with the main body being of brass and standing on a flared circular base of copper.
The domed and hinged lid is also copper, being secured with a shaped brass fastener.
At the back the join in the brass is overlaid with a riveted shaped copper plaque, rolling over at the top to form part of the hinge.
In good polished condition, with no wobble when standing and measuring a fraction below 14 cm in height.