Creamware teapot by W Greatbatch

The teapot is of lead-glazed cream-coloured earthenware decorated in red, black, green and yellow enamel in a style which can loosely be described as Chinoiserie.

Details

Medium:
Creamware
Art Fund grant:
£375 ( Total: £1,500)
Acquired in:
1988
Vendor:
M Wolff, Hull

Chinese-inspired buildings form the main element of the decoration. On the front of the vessel two such buildings flank the inscription, in three lines, 'Green/Tea/I777'. The shoulder and cover of the teapot are decorated with bands of lattice-work interspersed with floral sprays.

Provenance

Mr M.Wolff, Hull

Venue details

The Potteries Museum and Art Gallery Bethesda Street, Hanley, STOKE-ON-TRENT Staffordshire ST1 3DW 01782 232 323 www.stokemuseums.org.uk/visit/pmag

Entry details

Free with National Art Pass

Mon – Sat, 10am – 5pm
Sun, 11am – 4pm

Please see the Potteries Museum & Art Gallery website for Christmas opening

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