This is a wonderful 19th century purple transferware polychrome ironstone teapot. It is unmarked but was made by J. Wedgwood of Staffordshire and dates to the mid 1800’s. The pattern is called Tyrol.
The pattern depicts a classic flower garden and mountain design with a palace at the center in purple transferware and highlights of blue, yellow, red and green hand applied under the glaze.
It measures approximately 10” tall to the top of the finial. The base measures approximately 6 12” in diameter.
This teapot would be for display only because it does not hold liquid. There is a rough spot on the tip of the spout and two small chips on the inside rim. It looks absolutely beautiful. You cannot tell by looking at it that there is any damage.
Inv. Loc. RB-11 Blue Container
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19th Century Wedgwood Polychrome Transferware Staffordshire Ironstone Teapot Tyrol Pattern