Small Georgian Green and Gold Teapot, English 1830s

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  • Small Georgian Green and Gold Teapot, English 1830s
  • Small Georgian Green and Gold Teapot, English 1830s
  • Small Georgian Green and Gold Teapot, English 1830s
  • Small Georgian Green and Gold Teapot, English 1830s
  • Small Georgian Green and Gold Teapot, English 1830s
  • Small Georgian Green and Gold Teapot, English 1830s
  • Small Georgian Green and Gold Teapot, English 1830s
  • Small Georgian Green and Gold Teapot, English 1830s

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Category: Teapot

Elegant ceramic coffee or teapot, of a barrel shape with green banded and gilded decor, unmarked but probably by Coalport; antique English Late Georgian, William IV 1830s.

Condition: some surface wear

Size: Length: 17 cm Height: 14 cm Diameter: 11 cm

Style notes — late Georgian period mainly refers to the early 19th century, up to 1838. The style was predominantly neo-classical, that looked back at the ancient Greece and Rome and used those elements in design and decoration. Most Georgian items have straight and very clean lines and elegant repetitive floral patterns.

Facts of Lavish Did you know? Rather confusingly, English “High Tea” is not a tea party; instead, it refers to an evening meal or dinner, normally eaten between 5 pm and 7 pm.

Color: Green

Country: English

Material: Pottery

Style: Late georgian

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