A large, hexagonal shaped Staffordshire Teapot with a Brown Transfer showing the "Antiquarian" Pattern #6 (according to the Transferware Collectors Club Pattern & Source Print Database ) by Thomas Fell, c. 1840. The scene on the transfer shows a single deer walking away from some gothic ruins. There is a castle and a cathedral in the distance and the piece has a flower and scroll type border and a large flower finial on the lid of the teapot. Both the handle and the spout are also transfer decorated, the spout with just the image of the deer.
The teapot appears to be in excellent condition, but I believe the tip of the spout to have been restored (very well-done job). There are no other chips, cracks, lines, etc. in the piece and it displays wonderfully. It is large and imposing, measuring about 7 ½" high and 11" from handle to spout.