This pretty teapot has sprays of pink and blue flowers around its body on a creamy white base. It has a squat shape and the sides of the teapot flare out. It is embellished with gold trim and there is raised embossing on the handles and around the body of the teapot. Homer Laughlin manufactured this pattern for Club Aluminum Products around the early 1940's. The trademark Household Institute and the pattern name Priscilla are stamped on the bottom of the teapot in gold.
The condition is good. There is a small amount of staining or discoloration on the inside at the bottom of the pot. There are no chips cracks or crazing.
The teapot measures approximately 7" in diameter, 5" high to the top of the finial and 9" from handle to spout.
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