Some of these teapots have been packed away for nearly fifteen years and a few even longer. Most are “vintage” and a few are newer.
A Sadler teapot with typical Art Deco design popular in the 1930s.
TUSCAN – Fine Bone China, Made in England
Two Japanese “Redware” teapots, different shapes and styles. These were very popular in the late 1940s and throughout the 1950s. Sold at Woolworth’s and other “Five and Dime” stores.
Old Country Roses by Royal Albert – this 1998 teapot made in Indonesia.
A teapot with the “Cattail” pattern made by Universal Potteries
A Hall China teapot made for the Lipton Tea company – often given as “premiums” for purchase of several boxes of tea.
A Chinese red Hall China Sani-Grid teapot.
A Forman Family teapot with metal “cozy” teapot made by Hall China. The ceramic finial indicates an early piece, the later ones had metal finials. This one purchased new in 1940.
A small single serve teapot by Hall China for their “institutional” line – restaurant ware.
A Hall China Philadelphia teapot.
A Shenango teapot in the “Castle” pattern unusual teal color.
A silverplate teapot made by E. G. Webster & Bro., late 19th century – a true antique. Needs polishing. Has a couple of dents.
A fake “blue flo” – Blue Willow style teapot, rather crudely made and with fake “Victoria Ironstone” marks.
Shawnee Teapot. Made in USA.
And lastly, another Sadler, this one the “Sad Sadler” with it’s handle broken. A lovely teapot that survived for decades only to suffer a major injury now. Pretty Blue Willow decoration.