This item is a yellow rose hand decorated teapot with matching trivet bottom marked with the Philip Rosenthal & Co. mark used from 1898 to 1906 that is pictured on page 83 section E in the "Kovel's New Dictionary Of Marks" by Ralph & Terry Kovel. The teapot is 5" tall at the finial, 6 1/4" spout to handles, by 3 3/16" across the scalloped foot. The trivet is 9/16" deep with an overall diameter of 6 7/8". The lid, teapot, and trivet are decorated with beautiful open yellow rose blossoms surrounded by green leaves and vines. the rim of the trivet, lid, and teapot lower sections are shaded brown's, with the balance being done in shaded blue for a sky effect. The rim, spout, and lid handle are done in unworn gold. The teapot rocks slightly due to the stilt placement during firing, but there is no wear , damage, or decoration touch ups on the lovely set. Please feel free to contact us with any questions or to make an offer.
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