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Tea Caddy from Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company
Elongated hexagonal tea caddy with a hinged lid made by the Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company of Regent Street, London and hallmarked for the year 1949.
The lid slopes upwards towards the centre, forming a shallow roof shape, and when closed fits flushly over the sides .
With a smooth finish, the sole nod towards decoration being a gentle shaping to the lip at the front of the lid.
Approximately 8.5 cm in height, just under 13 cm wide and around 8 cm deep. The weight is 208.3 gms or 7.34 ozs.