This magnificent Royal Worcester teapot dates to the late 19th C. It comes from the famous Royal Worcester factory, which is one of the oldest porcelain manufacturers in continued existence (18th C.). This piece has a beautiful reddish gold at the spout, handle, and lid handle. The rest of the colors complement these striking tones. A gold lip merges the lid and the body of the teapot together. Purple, pink, red, brown, and blue flowers and leaves adorn the piece. The flowers seem to depict the seasonal progression from spring to fall. The handle comes out of the bulbous body beneath it, but goes straight up before it joins at the center, giving the teapot an elongated feel. On the bottom, one can find the markings. This item is a gorgeous example of early Royal Worcester.
H: 6 3/4 in.