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Small child size or bachelor teapot with prattware underglaze oxide colours. c.1800-1820. AP/1402.

£75.00

A small prattware child size or bachelor teapot. Pearlware body and clear glaze. Painted underglaze with colouring oxides. The decoration consists of yellow and brown bands and small flowers or berries. Plain spout and plain strap handle without terminals.
English, probably Staffordshire. c.1800-1820. AP/1402

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A small child size or bachelor teapot. Pearlware body and clear glaze (with blue tinge) over painted underglaze colouring oxides, including brown, green, ochre, and canary yellow. The decoration consists of yellow and brown bands and small flowers or berries. Plain spout with simple internal hand-pierced three hole strainer. Plain strap handle without terminals. The lid has a spherical finial and is pierced.
English, probably Staffordshire.

Pot ID: AP/1402
Dimensions: 111.5 mm high to top of finial.
Net Weight (grams): 165
Datec.1800-1820

Condition Report:
BODY: Tiny glaze chip on inside foot rim. Several small chips under spout lip. Tiny partially glazed over chip on top of rim. Tiny 1 cm hairline from rim. Several micro fleabites to glaze here and there. Minor staining throughout.
LID: Has been broken into five pieces and re-glued (fairly badly), with an associated chip under outer rim. A chip on inner rim and small piece missing from inner rim. A long shallow chip along outer rim plus another chip on rim.

Weight 500 g