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Dating to the 1940s or thereabouts is this two pint traditional teapot manufactured by Alcock, Lindley and Bloore. This pottery was famous for Brown Betty teapots and eventually merged with Royal Doulton. It is made from red terracota clay and covered with a rich brown Rockingham glaze. This type of clay which retained the heat, plus the bulbous shape which gave room for tea leaves to swirl and be infused, made the best cup of tea. This one shows the three kiln marks to the base and has a very feint ALB mark on the base almost hidden under the glaze.

SIZE: Capacity 2 pints; Height 14cm / 5.5 inches


Price: 18.50 Product code: MH.TP.180

In stock: 1

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