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Blue and white Ringtons tea caddy table lamp c1929

S/N:43243

United Kingdom

Hoarde Vintage Member since 2021
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A lovely table lamp converted from a Ringtons tea caddy, made by Maling in 1929.

The caddy is the squat version of canister produced for the North-East Coast Industries Exhibition. Around the body of the canister are featured: Wearmouth Bridge Sunderland, Royal Tweed Bridge Berwick, High Level & Swing Bridges Newcastle, The New Tyne Bridge Newcastle, and St Nicholas Cathedral Newcastle.

The base has a blue printed backstamp TR (Ringtons Tea) with a picture of the Ringtons offices & Warehouse Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and underneath Maling Ware Regd Nos 745864-5.

The lamp has a brass bulb holder, ivory fabric twist cable and black plug and is PAT tested and ready to go.

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Dimensions: 

  • H: 32cm (12.60in)
  • W: 18cm (7.09in)

Period: 

1929

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No43Collectables is the husband and wife team of Gaynor and Dave Prior. Based in Cumbria and named after one of their pet sheep, No43, they have a passion for renovation and treasure hunting.

Gaynor is the main buyer, with a love of chinoiserie, faux bamboo, carved oak, vintage movie posters, bones, Sex Pistols and anything with an elephant. She basically buys what she loves or whatever catches her eye. Dave, on the other hand, can turn his hand to most renovation projects and specialises in lighting.

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