Attributed to Wedgwood though no makers mark to the base, the design of the finial is Sybil, often referred to as the Widow or the Widow of Zarephath, has a loss to the lid, light scratches to the body and nibbling to the lip of the spout, a pot with the same finial and dimensions (but with the partial Wedgwood stamp)can be found on E-bay, size is 120 mm, 4.75" tall.
An antique 19th century Wedgwood black basalt teapot sold together with matching cream jug. The form suggests Regency period. WEDGWOOD impressed to base. Auctiva's FREE Counter. We will do our best to fulfil your query.
You are viewing a lovely example of Wedgewood Pottery, in the Kutani Crane pattern. Wedgwood, Mini Tea Set - Tea Pot! This delightful piece is the tea Pot from the miniature Tea Set. make Supersized seem small.
The teapot measures 7" spout to handle and 8 1/4" to the top of the lid. It is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, or utensil marks, there is some staining at the bottom of the teapot inside please see photo. Thank you for looking.
This is a beautiful example of a DUDSON Teapot, made in Hanley, Staffordshire. It'd in the Wedgewood Style - with white motif overlays. Three tone, Green in colour ~ Stand matches the teapot. It's in Fantastic condition. There is however a little nibble on the spout ( PLEASE SEE ALL PICTURES AS THESE FOR PART OF THE DESCRIPTION) The teapot stands 7" High and from Handle to Spout is 10 1/2" measurements are approx. DUDSON BROTHERS ENGLAND is on the bottom of the teapot
A lovely piece in good condition for it's age. It is free of chips, cracks and stains but may have minor imperfections such as scratches, trim wear or crazing. I have more of this available and am happy to combine postage for multiple purchases, but please ask before purchasing so please feel free to ask any questions.
This is a used,unboxed item in very good condition/A small ,sympathetic repair has been carried out to the right hand side of the spout tip,which has been over painted to match the finish.This is a Wedgwood Green and White Teapot which is 8 inches long,4.75 inches tall and 5 inches wide ,with a base diameter of 2.75 inches. One of the figures decorating the pot has lost her face,otherwise figures are intact and original.A nice item which,in spite of the repair and the slightly damaged figure,is still very collectible and not commonly available.The price reflects the condition,which is overall very good.