The British Teapot

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Angus & Robertson, Jan 1, 1981 - Teapots - 128 pages
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Contents

Introduction
7
Creamware Queens ware
17
Caneware and the bamboo teapot
23
Copyright

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19th century Aesop's fables Aesthetic Movement agate Albert Museum Allington Antiquarius Archibald Knox Art Deco Art Nouveau bamboo barge teapots basalt Bauhaus became Belgravia blue bone china British teapot brown Burslem Camden Passage Cardiff celain ceramics Chelsea Chelsea porcelain Chinese Chinese wine Christopher Dresser Church Gresley Clarice Cliff clay Coalport coloured cottage teapots creamware creamware teapot crinoline decorated designs Doulton Tableware Ltd Dres duced Dyson Perrins Dyson Perrins Museum early earthenware teapot Empire style enamel England English factory Father Christmas flowers forms the lid forms the spout French Empire fruit Geoffrey Godden George Tinworth Georgian gilded glaze Gothic revival green Gretna Green handle However Imari industrial revolution inspired invented Ironstone China James Sadler Janet Street-Porter Japan Japanese Japanesque Jasperware John Jesse John Wadsworth Joseph Jackson Josiah Wedgwood Kensington Church Street Kings Road kitsch lady Lambeth late 18th century Leeds Lego Liverpool Llanelli London London SW10 London W8 London Zoo Longton Hall Longton Hall porcelain Lowestoft majolica mass-produced metal miniature teapots Minton moulded Museum of Wales Nantgarw neo-classical neo-Gothic novelty teapots often painted Pansy Potter patterns pewter popular porcelain teapot Portobello Road pottery Prince Charming produced Queen Queen's ware Richard Dennis Richard Slee rococo Roger Michell Royal Doulton Royal Doulton Tableware Royal Pavilion salt-glazed stoneware scenes Shand Kydd collection silver Simple Simon soft-paste porcelain Sotheby's souvenir Spode Staffordshire Staffordshire potteries Stoke-on-Trent stoneware teapot studio Studio pottery style Susie Cooper Swansea Tableware tannin tea-drinkers teapots shaped teries Thomas Pardoe Thomas Whieldon transfer-printed Victoria and Albert Victorian Victorian era Wedgwood Museum Whieldon William Moorcroft Worcester Zandra Rhodes

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