Monday, September 15, 2008

18th century Worcester Globular Teapot and cover, circa 1770

This is a very nice piece of 18th century Worcester globular teapot and cover, circa 1770
With flower head finial and loop polychrome painted in the Mandarin style with opposed panels depicting figures in an interior, with smaller opposing puce painted landscape panels around the handle and spout and with borders of gilt scrolling foliage with small oval black painted panels depicting flowers and bamboo 15cm high

Sunday, September 14, 2008

English Sterling Teapot Circa 1833

Found this great example of a English Sterling Teapot, globular form with fine repousse work on eBay today. London mark for 1833, maker's mark JCE with retailer's mark on the bottom, partial hallmarks under the lid. Finely engraved period initial in the cartouche. 4" tall, 8" spout to handle, 14 oz weight. No repairs. I remember the days when my Mother would have me clean our silver before the holidays. This pot would be a excellent gift for mom.

Friday, August 29, 2008

Porcelain Tea Pots For Tea Service

This is a wonderful example of a 6 cup Porcelain Tea Pot. This type of Porcelain Tea Pot is for serving Tea and should not be heated.
Place Tea Bags in pot and pour hot water over the teabags and let sit or steep for 5 to ten minutes. Remove Tea Bags and serve.
This pot is a traditional black and White flower pattern and can be purchased online easily