This is a fine example of an early small leaf moulded Wedgwood teapot. It was made c.1800 and is modelled as a cabbage. The modelling is carried through the spout, handle and onto the knop which appears as a ‘flower’.
It is in white/grey stoneware and is approx 5" high. The interior has a domed guard and is glazed.
The condition is good - there is a small chip from the tip of spout that has been reglued at some point - see pictures. There is small faint firing line under inside rim, also pictured. There is also some staining/discolouration to the edges of some of the 'leaves' and the handle.
It is marked to the underside with the impressed WEDGWOOD mark and there is further modelling of leaves.