An antique porcelain teapot with a Victorian mold featuring scalloped rims, arched spout, and a ruffled raised base. The decoration is a delicate pink bridal rose design with leaves surrounding the pot in a garland pattern.
Hallmarked with the Hermann Ohme factory hallmark and Carmen which tells us that manufacturing dates to c. 1892.
Measures 8.25 inches high, 8.25 inches handle to spout wide, 20 inches in circumference at bottom with a 4 cup capacity. We found a spot underneath the spout that is half moon shaped and slightly discolored. There is glaze over this area which leads us to believe it was done in the manufacturing process. Under a black light, there appears to be absolutely no repairs, cracks, chips, etc. with only slight wear to the decoration and some staining in the interior.