Black Cut Branch Tea Pot, 2005

Whieldon-glazed earthenware

A richly glazed tea pot using Keelers distinctive Whieldon type glaze. Whieldon ware is a term applied to English pottery made in the middle of the 18th century by Thomas Whieldon and others. It has a cream-coloured earthenware body with coloured glazes made with antimony, copper, cobalt, iron and manganese.

Height 10" (25.5cm)
Width 8 1/4" (21cm)
Diameter 5 3/8" (13.5cm)


Private Collection, Kent, 2006



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