Here is a teapot on the small side, made either in Staffordshire or in Leeds during the last quarter of the 18th century, decorated in a style that hearkens back to Chinese Export teapots that were being imported into England. It is five and a half inches high and is in wonderful condition except for a quarter-inch circle that has been repainted to cover a flaw on the side of the body. The glaze has an allover bluish cast, showing distinctly on the bottom where the glaze pooled.


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ITEM ID
T612
TYPE
Pottery
PURPOSE
Teapots
ITEM TYPE
Antique

Laureate Antiques

Antique Leeds-Type Pearlware Teapot with Polychrome Flower Bouquets c.1780-1800.

$375

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