This delightful little glazed pottery teapot was manufactured by Wedgwood, England in the first quarter of the 19th Century. It is relief molded in a basketweave pattern.
The pot measures 3" high by 5 3/4" wide by approximately 4" in diameter. It is marked 'Wedgwood' on the bottom, as per photo. There is an interior tea leaf strainer. This teapot is in very good, undamaged condition. There is a firing crack at the side of the spout which would have happened at time of manufacture and does not affect the integrity of the piece.
A fine example of this buff colored, glazed pottery that is usually referred to as caneware.
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