Sadler and Sons Ltd was a pottery manufacturer founded in 1882 by James Sadler in England. The company specialized in "Brown Betty" teapots. Early versions were made with terracotta clay and a transparent glaze. Later versions were white clay and glazed with a Rockingham brown glaze. Sadler began making novelty shaped teapots in the 1930s. In April 2000, after a long, proud, history, the company went into receivership.
This wonderful 4 cup teapot has never been used and still carries its original paper label. It is adorned with beautiful red and yellow roses , with the yellow rose being most prominent. A small detail of greenery adds contrast to the rose blossoms, as does the 22k gilded accessories which adorn the spout, lid, handle and rim. The teapot is free of any flaws or faults....it is in near perfect condition.
Beautiful Yellow Rose Sadler Tea Pot