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Denton Park- Yorkshire- Deep Blue Teapot c1820

S/N:GSN725NM

1820/30

  • £145.00
  • €171 Euro
  • $193 US Dollar

United Kingdom

Hoarde Vintage Member since 2017
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Denton Park- Yorkshire
Fabulous, rare early 19th century deep blue transfer ware teapot, featuring Denton Hall- built in 1770 by John Carr
'The frontage including giant Ionic columns with a pediment roof and cupola.
These features can be easily seen on the wares'

Many factories featured this image including manufacturers-
William Adams and John & Richard Riley
However this series featuring a 'Morning Glory' Border is by an unknown maker

Condition: Amazing condition for age, probably hardly used
Chip (restored) inside rim as shown in images 7 & 8,
Restoration on top edge, image 1, on corner nearest to the handle, above big patch of dark blue- almost impossible to see

Dimensions: Height 16cm, Width 28cm, Depth 13cm

Postage & Packaging 1st class signed for: £12

Dimensions: 

  • H: 16cm (6.30in)
  • W: 28cm (11.02in)
  • D: 13cm (5.12in)

Period: 

1820/30

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I traded in Portobello Road for over 20 years and have very eclectic tastes.  I like kitchenalia, folk art, garden items, early pottery, paintings, samplers, silhouettes and decorative bits and pieces.

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