Here is an antique British porcelain bone china teapot gaily printed in puce with a scene of a Georgian-style country house or estate on one side and a bridge leading to a town with a Norman church on the other. The shape is pleasing and typical of the period. There are some small areas of rubbing to the luster and a small chip to the underside of the spout. A very bright and clean teapot. It is ten and a half inches long.
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