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An Early 20th Century Brown Betty Tea Pot

An Early 20th Century Brown Betty Tea Pot

SKU: RJ01425
£45.00Price

The Brown Betty tea pot is the longest manufactured design of tea pots in history, nobody knows the exact origins except that the brown referes to the distictive Rockingham brown glaze. These tea pots were popular throughout the 19th century and are still made today, It is said that it was Queen Victorias favourite tea pot.

 

This Brown Betty is a good example and would probably hold around six cups.

 

In good condition

 

Dimensions: 22cm high x 32cm wide

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SKU:

RJ01425

Period:

1860

The Brown Betty tea pot is the longest manufactured design of tea pots in history, nobody knows the exact origins except that the brown referes to the distictive Rockingham brown glaze. These tea pots were popular throughout the 19th century and are still made today, It is said that it was Queen Victorias favourite tea pot.

 

This Brown Betty is a good example and would probably hold around six cups.

 

In good condition

 

Dimensions: 22cm high x 32cm wide

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