Wedgwood stoneware teapot, lead glazed pale green body, scroll moulded with spaniel knop, 1864
Wedgwood stoneware teapot with a lead-glaze over a pale green body, ornately scroll moulded with a small reclining spaniel as the knop.
also ‘APS’ for 1864.
21.5cm spout to handle
Restored spout tip
ref. Reilly ‘New Illustrated Dict. of Wedgwood’ 1995, p318 for the type. These teapots were in the 1817 pattern book, but were popular for several decades. They were made in a number of different bodies & glazes.