"A number of things—or any one of them," she said at length, extending her arm toward the tea-caddy.
I saw that tea-caddy at Golovliovo with my own eyes, when papa was still alive.
Against the right wall is a buffet on which is set a tea-caddy, toast-rack, and tea kettle.
He took up the teapot; it was empty; the tea-caddy was locked up.
She looked away again and busied herself with the tea-caddy, but the fingers which held the spoon were shaking a little.
But I told you to put in some tea, and I gave you the tea-caddy.
Put on the table the sugar-basin, the tea-caddy, and the teapot.
Look at this workbox, and this tea-caddy, and that pretty vase.
A cup with a black glaze should not be associated with a tea-caddy of black lacquer.
Mariotte had made galettes of buckwheat, the baroness produced a tea-caddy.