This Wedgwood-style British antique coffeepot was decorated with transfer prints, but that doesn't help to identify the maker, because identical prints tended to be used by many manufacturers. However, one can note from the craftsmanship of the precise baluster shape and the interesting details that this maker took pride in producing beautiful and functional creamware. It stands 10 inches tall and has an expert invisible repair to the very tip of the spout. The inside flange of the lid has suffered major chipping, but this section is not seen when on display so it has been left as is. Allowing for a bit of normal surface wear and craquelure, it is in excellent condition otherwise, except for a faint hairline near the handle (shown), with a bright and appealing transfer-printed decoration of a tea party involving properly dressed lovers with a properly dressed servant.
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Creamware Black-Printed Coffeepot C.1785