A stunning 6-cup vintage teapot by Porcelier is featured! What an amazing piece of work! The "Flight" pattern is also known as "Ducks" or "Geese" as it reveals 3 of them (raised) flying under blue/white clouds and above water lined with Cattails, which are also raised. It was designed by Carl Kobler, who was an in-house designer for the Porcelier Manufacturing Company. The "Flight" pattern was introduced in the late 1930's and was sold by Sears, Roebuck & Co., clear in to the early 1950's. Our reference indicates that in 1938 this 6-cup pot retailed for $.98! The teapot stands about 6-1/2" high and is about 9" wide from the tip of the spout to the handle.
Sadly, this pot has a couple of issues and we believe the photos clearly show those issues. There is about a 2" crack in the base of the pot and what appears to be a hairline crack on the other side. If you want this pot for show and tell, it is perfect! If you desire the pot for use, we would not recommend doing so and we have priced it accordingly.
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