Teapot and cover of cream-coloured earthenware painted with enamels, made in Staffordshire or Yorkshire, ca. 1775.
Teapot and cover of cream-coloured earthenware painted with enamels. Painted with flowers in irregular compartments formed by intersecting bands of painted beads, chevrons and dots, and fish-roe pattern in red and black. [Teapot] Teapot, cylindrical with an incurved shoulder. Twisted double handle with flower and leaf attachments. Beaded edges. [Cover] Domed cover with a pear-shaped knob.
Given by Miss Lily Antrobus
Location: Ceramics Study Galleries, Britain, room 138, case I, shelf 4