Mostly Boxes

Antique box specialists in Tea Caddies and Snuff boxes and a variety of other antique collectibles.

Our heritage, Mostly Boxes is an independent run antiques shop founded by the world renowned antique box restorer and specialist Gary Munday (photo), who has a reputation for integrity, expertise, fine restoration and quality. His shop has been established for over 30 years and is located at 93 High Street, Eton, Windsor, Berkshire, SL4 6AF, UK.

If you have had the pleasure of a visit, you will know that it is a treasure trove of hand- picked antiques and collectibles. It was placed in Britain’s top 50 antique shops by Period Living Traditional Homes who described it as specialising in "...wooden, mother - of-pearl and tortoiseshell boxes, plus decorative items from the 18th and 19th centuries." the shop regularly featured in Miller's Antique price guide as "MB". We have an ever changing selection of 'Mostly Boxes' stock for sale. Our No. +44 (0)1753 865447.

93 High Street Eton


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Tunbridge Ware Single Tea Caddy

Tunbridge ware single tea caddy, rosewood inlay with a sycamore background. It has a picture of battle abbey gatehouse to the top, (6 inches by 4.75 inches front to back, by 4.75 inches in height). Ex…


Tunbridge Ware Tea Caddy

Tunbridge ware tea caddy, rosewood inlaid, all micro mosaic with a dome top. The caddy sits on its original brass bun feet, there is a beautiful picture of hever castle to the top. (7” in length by…


Regency Period (1800- 1810) Tea Caddy

Regency period (1800- 1810) tea caddy, sarcophagus shaped twin sectioned tea caddy. The body of the caddy is mahogany and the top is crossbanded in tulipwood. The caddy has a rosewood panel to the top…


Brazilian Rosewood Lap Desk

Late william iv/ early victorian brazilian rosewood , mother of pearl inlaid with pewter string lap desk with polished mahogany within. When you open the lap desk it reveals the inks and pen slope and…


Tunbridge Ware Inlaid Walnut Box C1870

Tunbridge ware inlaid walnut box c.1870. The box has a lovely burr walnut panel to the top, it is what is called a “pin cushion” top as it is soft edged with no angles. It has an ebonised interior…