Fine, large, antique English William IV blond wood tea caddy. It is made out of light burled wood, apparently burr elm, and has a sarcophagus shape. The triple compartment interior has two removable wood tea containers and a center glass bowl, most likely for sugar which was a rare commodity at the time. It stands on four ebonized wood bun feet and has an inlaid wood keyhole. In very good condition with small losses and imperfections as shown. Shipped fully insured with tracking number.
Measurements: Width: 8 1/4"; Depth: 4 7/8"; Height: 5 1/2" including feet.