A contemporary design inspired by the Greek nymph of the vines, which swirl across an olive green background
Named after the bearer of the cold, northern wind said to herald winter, this caddy features an intricate pattern and amethyst inlay.
A contemporary take onv a leaf design, this caddy is named after the tea plant, camellia sinensis. The geometric pattern is backed by a honey-yellow layer.
Named after a beautiful river nymph who was turned into a laurel tree, which inspires the contemporary design on an Aegean blue background.
Inspired by the God of the East Wind and based on an Indian artwork, the swirling paisley pattern of this caddy contrasts with a hibiscus pink inlay.
The feared southerly wind of Notos heralded the intense heat of summer. Swirling vines and leaves complement a deep green inner layer
Named in honour of the nymph of the rose, this caddy’s contemporary design takes the form of this flower, overlaying a background of deep dusk red.
The gentle wind of Zephyr announced the arrival of spring and the awakening of the flowers. The floral design lies against a sunset orange background.
Recommended for back-of-house use, this caddy keeps up to 500g of Newby Tea fresh and accessible. The contents can be easily identified by applying the colour-coded labels supplied.