This small pottery teapot is 4-1/4" high. It is a globular shape with molded and entwined double strap handles. The main transferware scene shows a range of very pointy mountains, and European style buildings. It is the same on both sides of the teapot. The transfers are rather messily applied.
I am not sure of the age of this teapot, so I am offering it as "vintage".
Condition? It displays nicely. The delicate handles are amazingly intact. There is an in-the-making firing flaw to the spout. There is a chip out of the top of the pot where the lid rests. There is a small chip to the end of the spout, and a small chip to the underside of the edge of the lid. I have not been able to identify the maker of this teapot, and it has no marks on the base.
Specialist in Early 19th Century English Porcelain Tea Wares
Specializing in Georgian Period Tablewares: Spode, Wedgwood, Coalport, Mason's, Worcester, Derby, Minton, Davenport, etc.