This teapot is not marked but it does come from England. I would date the teapot to early 20th century. The cobalt blue color is amazing. The shape of the teapot is quite nice with it round body tapering before flaring for the base. The pewter lid is hinged and has a thumb piece. In looking closely, at the pewter end of the spout, it is evident that the spout was broken. The old repair is a pewter sleeve, making this teapot quite functional and attractive. I actually think the repair adds to its appeal. There are no other chips or cracks. The teapot is 7" tall and 10" from spout to handle.
Variety: Of Antiques & Collectibles. Pottery, China,- Pottery. Tins, Boxes, Paintings, Prints
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