Dating tea caddies

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Natsume is a traditional tea caddy made from high-grade wood and decorated with a gold lacquer called Makie. Its name comes from its shape, which is like a jujube natsume in Japanese. Before the famous artist Sen no Rikyu used natsume tea caddies in his tea ceremonies, pottery tea caddies were the norm. Natsume was used for daily necessities as pill case or something for townsman. Natsume remains popular with Tea Ceremony masters to the present day.
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Vintage blue tea tin depicting a Greek garden scene in which a lovely lady contemplates her suitor's requests, while Cupid attempts to wrap her in roses and love. Paint is still vibrant and fresh, though there is some overall wear to it. Multiple spots of erosion on bottom of tin and inside of tin and lid.
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By Ben Marks — December 29th, It was that act, taxation without representation, that helped bring a brewing revolution to a full boil. Because the price of tea was so dear in the 18th century, homemakers in the Old and New Worlds alike stored their green and black teas in special containers made of porcelain , sterling silver , and lead-lined wood, some of which were fitted with locks. Several centuries later, these tea caddies, along with ones that followed them in the 19th and 20th centuries, became the obsession of a modern homemaker named Marnie Bramble, who collected more than tea caddies from China, England, Europe, and the United States.
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