Tea Caddies

Blue Tea Caddy Mason Cash/ Price & Kensington
Price: $2.95
Yellow Tea Caddy Mason Cash/ Price & Kensington
Price: $2.95
Red Tea Caddy Mason Cash/ Price & Kensington
Price: $2.95
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Orange Tea Caddy Mason Cash/ Price & Kensington
Price: $2.95
Purple Tea Caddy Mason Cash/ Price & Kensington
Price: $2.95
Green Tea Caddy Mason Cash/ Price & Kensington
Price: $2.95
Tea Caddy Blue Willow 4.5"
Price: $4.95
Porcelain Cat Tea Bag Caddy, 3.75"
Price: $3.95
Tea Caddy Blue Willow 3.5"
Price: $4.95

Tired of seeing tea spills and teabag stains all over your table? Pacific Merchants has a practical solution for you: our Price & Kensington teapot shaped tea caddies. Price & Kensington offers a blue tea caddy, a red tea caddy, a yellow tea caddy, a green tea caddy, an orange tea caddy and a purple tea caddy, so no matter what your style or personal taste, you're sure to find a hue to match! Made from high quality ceramics in the tradition of Stoke potters, and designed to match our tea pots and tea mugs, our oversized tea caddies are not only a great value, but fun and whimsical.

Well known and much loved for teapots of all shapes and sizes, bright and novel tea accessories and collectables dating back to 1896, Price & Kensington includes everything a tea lover could possibly need.  Over the years, the brand has continued with its traditional Brown Betty tea pot and Tea for Ones. Bright and colorful tea cups, teabag caddies and tea sets are among the most cheerful tea pots and tea accessories available!  Ceramic teapots with infusers, and porcelain tea mugs are among the wonderful items available from Price and Kensington.  A full assortment of teasets are available from Pacific Merchants.  A tea set is a wonderful tea gift for the tea lover in your life!

HISTORY OF PRICE & KENSINGTON: As one of the traditional Stoke pottery brands with heritage dating back to 1896 (which included the Spode factory), Price & Kensington is historically known and loved for the ranges of teapots in all shapes and sizes that have launched over the last century.  The Price and Kensington Teapot factory is a rare example of a group of buildings including one remaining bottle kiln, part of the original canal wharfage and tall boiler chimney that collectively demonstrate the evolution and development of a traditional pottery site over the course of two hundred plus years.