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Early 19th Century English Teapot

England Ca. 1820

Made around 1820. This oval teapot with gold and orange painted design comes with a non matching under plate. There is no maker’s mark.

Price

$100

Condition

Overall it looks very nice with typical rubbing of the gold. It does have a professional repair at the junction of the handle and the pot wall.

Measurements

5 7/8" high, 10" long, 4 1/2" wide

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