Here is a Staffordshire tea service with extremely unusual shapes, and if you have any ideas which factory might have made it let me know. Based on comparable handles and overall design, this set dates around 1830, and the teapot has a clever handle that curves over the edge of the lid so it doesn’t fall out. The sugar has an unbelievable lid that seems to spring out in all directions at once! The creamer has also been created as a piece you want to hold up in your hand and look at from all angles. Some pieces are marked with 106, the pattern number. Everything is porcelain, not pottery, and each piece is in great condition, with no cracks, chips or wear. It is amazing on display. The teapot is large, about five and three-quarters inches high and ten and a quarter inches from handle to spout. Saucers are six and three-quarters inches across!

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Bone China, Ceramics, Hand Painted, Porcelain
England • English
Tea Sets

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13 Pcs. Staffordshire Porcelain Tea Set, Rare Shape, Teapot, Creamer, Sugar, 5 Cups & Saucers Victorian C.1830


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