This great pattern is called "Gun Dogs" . It's shown on page 228 of "The Dictionary of Blue and White Printed Pottery, Vol. 2". Evidently Enoch Wood & Sons used this pattern. The maker of this set is unidentified. It dates c1825.
The teapot is in good condition. The teapot lid has been broken and repaired, but still displays well. There is also a visible small chip on the edge of the teapot cover. There is a small glaze nick on the top of the spout. I feel the teapot is still usable. The sugar box, cover, and creamer are in excellent condition.
The teapot is about 10" long. The only mark I see is an impressed "16" on the base of the creamer. The price shown includes the set.
Please note: this set will be shipped in 2 boxes for safety.
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Antique English Blue & White Tea Set, (Teapot, Creamer, & Sugar), Hunting Scene, Georgian c 1825
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