C.1860 Rockingham Bennington Glaze China Man Teapot
Antique C.1860 ceramic teapot with Rockingham or Bennington type brown streaky glaze. There are different scenes molded on each side of a chinaman. On one side he is standing in a landscape smoking an opium pipe and on the other side he is carrying what looks like boxes of tea. It has no maker's marks
Height including lid approximately 8 1/2".
Length including handle and spout abou 9".
Width about 5 1/4".
Condition: The base has some age cracks on the bottom, several run up the side a little ways. There is some overall wear including wear or chips to the tip of the spout, chips on the top rim, some wear to the glaze on the base of the lid. There is some crackling and some small defects to the glaze. Although with the cracks in the base this teapot shouldn't be used it is collectable and decorative and would look great somewhere in a country kitchen. Guaranteed old and as described.
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