A George I Britannia Standard silver octagonal tea caddy, with domed cover, probably by William Fawdery, London 1722, later repairs and alterations to sliding cover, 4.75 inches (12cm) high, weight 6 oz. Bearing the crest of Edward Williames Vaughan Salisbury (1769-1807), Colonel 1st Battalion, 1st Regiment Foot Guards, who saw service in Flanders (1795-1797) and in the Peninsular war. He was the 2nd son of Sir Robert Howel Vaughan, 1st Baronet of Nannau. Later repairs and alterations to sliding cover.
Scan and Information Courtesy of Chilcotts.