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Worcester Teapot, Ca. 1780

England Ca. 1780

An attractive late 18th century gold and white teapot, though unmarked is undoubtedly a product of the Worcester manufactory. The ribbed barrel form is decorated with gold swags.
This would make a very good shelf piece at a low cost as one side has had the gold heavily rubbed.

Price

$230

Condition

No repairs but heavy rubbing of the gold on one side and the handle.

Measurements

4 7/8" high, 7 3/4" long, 4 3/8 wide

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