English saltglaze ‘House’ teapot, British coat-of-arms, c. 1745

$1,250.00 AUD

Rare English saltglaze ‘House’ teapot, modelled as a classic three-story Georgian mansion, one side with large British Royal coat of arms above the door, the other with a lion & fleur-de-lis, the spout a serpents head with a bird moulded up one side, the lid with a bird’s beak finial.

Circa 1745

Condition: lid is entirely a restoration, cast from another example of the same period and therefore very accurate;  small chip to rim restored, crack along front step & door to side with animal above doorway, displays very well/

Old collection label reads ‘Staffordshire Creamware about 1700’



17cm spout to handle, 13cm high


ref. Bernard Rackham, The Glaisher Collection of Pottery and Porcelain (1987), vol.2, p.41

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