This attractive white tea pot has blue line decoration, and a puce bat print of "Faith". It is in the London shape, and has basket weave molding (similar to some New Hall teapots) around most of the body. The teapot is translucent, and may be either bone china or soft paste porcelain. It dates about 1820.
The condition is fabulous! No chips, no cracks, no crazing, no repairs. Perfect spout, perfect handle, perfect finial. The prints are bright, complete, and without wear.
It is about 9-3/4" long and 6" high. It is not marked. There are no maker's marks or pattern numbers.
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