Even though the Bob White pattern was only made by Red Wing from 1956-67, it is a well-known pattern that is highly collectible, especially the serving pieces. This hard to find teapot measures 9 ¼” from the tip of the spout to the handle, is 6 ½” in diameter and stands 7” tall to the top of the lid (not sitting on the black metal stand). Even though the teapot is 50+ years old, it is in pristine condition. There are no tea stains, chips, cracks or crazing – and there are no burn marks on the bottom from having sat on the warming stand. The well-known mature bob white quail is on one side of the teapot and two chicks are on the other side.
The price includes the teapot and black metal stand.
We have several other serving pieces in this pattern.
This would be a wonderful addition to your Red wing collection or to use every day. Please contact us if you have any questions. Please look at the photos closely, they are part of the description of the item. We will always consider any reasonable offer for our pieces.
Because of a court ruling, Ruby Lane is having to collect sales tax from buyers who live in states that impose a sales tax.
Remember, even if you do not have a PayPal account, you may pay with your credit card through PayPal. If paying by personal check, the item will be shipped as soon as the check clears the bank. However, on international sales, please pay via PayPal; also we cannot anticipate what your customs fees may be. So you may be charged customs or duties by you home country.
We estimate shipping/handling costs on the high side and will gladly refund the overage to you if you pay by PayPal. Alternate shipping fees may be checked out in the drop down shipping box to the right of the listing.
Mid-Century Bob White Pattern by Red Wing Teapot with Stand