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Wedgwood Jasperware Teapot, beautiful quality, exceptional condition. The best example you will find!
It has an Impressed WEDGWOOD ENGLAND to the base. The inside is glazed and is in good condition.
A Carlton Ware White Hippo teapot with bird lid. The hippo has Carlton ware back stamp
A Carlton Ware Pink Elephant teapot with mouse lid with Carlton ware mark to base
Fine and rare 18th century first period Worcester porcelain teapot of globular form with beautifully hand panted floral decoration to each side and lid. Lovely greenish tinge to body under ...
This Spode Chelsea shape teapot is decorated with a blue willow pattern with the "Grasshopper" border and is in very good condition. Its height is 120 mm (4.75 inches) and ...
Two Edwardian Tearoom Tea Pots for Ringtons Tea Merchants. Some slight damage as shown in photos. Price for the pair.
Offered for sale is this large 19th Century antique Bargeware teapot.
Paste has slight greyish appearance with small brown printed landscapes to lid and body. Gilt lines surround both, with gilt decoration to spout and handle. Knop in form of a ...
A small pearlware teapot and cover probably made in Staffordshire around the end of the eighteenth century. Of globular form decorated with groups of leaves and flowers, hand-painted in ...
Earthenware. A teapot of conical form the cover surmounted by a cloaked, female figure, Sibyl. Decorated overall with a green and brown Majolica glaze. This design was used by ...
This is a Chinese teapot which is hand-painted depicting a bird amongst flowers. There is small loss to inside edge of lid.
Hand painted Canton porcelain enamel teapot, with longevity characters. Decorated with four blessings (longevity, luck, happiness, long life). Still has its original bamboo handle. No chips or cracks.
Offered for sale is a most unusual Capodimonte tea set in the Neoclassical style in grey and gilt it has molded floral festoons of with ribbons and friezes depicting putti, ...
A collection of Paragon china coffee/tea wares with pale green speckled glaze finish, comprising coffee pot, cream jug, sugar bowl, six cups and six saucers . c1935
Paragon China was first ...
This fabulous Rare Wedgwood basalt teapot with fabulous bail handle, one from a private collection recently purchased with a wonderful design with cherubs and putti at play.
There is an impressed ...
Early Rare Purple 19thc Minton Salt Glazed Teapot Minton salt glaze prunus blossom teapot c1830
A stunning little teapot in fabulous condition, rare colour combination. These fabulous teapots with floral sprig ...
A good collectable tea service
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A fine early Coalport porcelain Tea Service in Rococo Style c.1820's finely painted on rich maroon ground and elaborate gilding, comprising a teapot, sucre lidded bowl, jug, slop bowl, ...
A lovely English Victorian Toby style staffordshire china teapot with rustic style handle and spout and a lid which also serves as his hat.
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Offered for sale is this late 19th Century antique collection of Victorian Teapots and Jugs. Tallest jug (with lid) measurements shown.
An extravagantly decorated teapot and cover from the Staffordshire factory of William and Richard Cyples of octagonal shape with elaborately moulded handle and spout. The fluted cover surmounted by a ...
We have for sale one of the most attractive puce mark period (c1831-42) Rockingham teapots and stands we have ever had the good fortune to find.
This really lovely neo-rococo moulded ...
This is an extremely attractive fine china STAFFORDSHIRE TEAPOT, decorated and hand painted in lustre style. Crisp, clean and nicely detailed. Perfectly useable today and in excellent condition overall. Small ...
A large rococo revival shape porcelain teapot and cover from the Coalport factory, made around 1835 with large, scrolling handle, moulded body and dragon's head spout. Decorated with groups of ...
A bone china teapot and cover, decorated with stylised landscapes, hand-painted in pink lustre. Made in Staffordshire around 1840. Like so many of these pieces it is unmarked.
Please see the last image of a small pot ascribed to Dresser by an auction rooms with the same flying swallows. Please see images of items very similar ascribed to ...
A five piece 1950’s tea service on a tray by New Maid Ware. This lovely Retro tea set is polished magnalium with natural wood handles and the tray has a ...
This creamware teapot is made in earthenware and has been decorated by hand in a blue chinoiserie design. It stands on a tall stem with a very wide foot reminiscent ...
This is a Victorian antique gaudy Welsh pottery teapot by R Sudlow & Sons. It has a hexagonal shaped lid and base with midnight blue and peach colouring and gilt ...
Early 19th century teapot, cover and stand in the New Oval Porcelain shape attributed to Miles Mason. Decorated with a frieze of stylised flowers and foliage in black and white ...
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