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Georgian Handpainted Tea Pot

Georgian Handpainted Tea Pot

SKU: RJ01786
£35.00Price

Early European tea drinking gained popularity in the 1700s.  At first England imported its teaware from China because it was difficult to locally replicate the fine porcelain used in Chinese teaware.  The invention of the handle on a tea bowl was utilitarian and allowed the British to comfortably hold a cup of hot black tea in fine china. 

 

This is a hand painted and gilded tea pot this would have been used in a wealthy household.

 

The condition of the tea pot is not good with a crack to the side and the base, but is a good example of a Georgian tea pot.

 

Dimensions : 17cm x 25cm including spout 12cm high

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SKU:

RJ01786

Period:

1860

Early European tea drinking gained popularity in the 1700s.  At first England imported its teaware from China because it was difficult to locally replicate the fine porcelain used in Chinese teaware.  The invention of the handle on a tea bowl was utilitarian and allowed the British to comfortably hold a cup of hot black tea in fine china. 

 

This is a hand painted and gilded tea pot this would have been used in a wealthy household.

 

The condition of the tea pot is not good with a crack to the side and the base, but is a good example of a Georgian tea pot.

 

Dimensions : 17cm x 25cm including spout 12cm high

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