British Teapots – Development Types Makers Dates / Scarce Illustrated Book For Sale
Click Here. Double your traffic. Get Vendio Gallery - Now FREE! Profusely illustrated with over one hundred color and black-and-white photographs, this early out-of-print book is an in-depth scholarly guide to British teapots / tea pots.
THE BRITISH TEAPOT by Janet and Tim Street-Porter, Angus & Robertson Publishers, 1981/1985.
This book is a comprehensive pictorial guide to British teapots including history, development, types and makers. Pictured and described are teapots made by such notables as Chelsea, Longton Hall, Bow and Derby, Worcester, Minton, Clarice Cliff, Devonshire, and many other major and less known makers. Teapot shapes cover the traditional to the novel. The novel pots take shapes of cars, tanks, trains, covered wagons, and more. Also included are many human forms, including Santa Claus and Charles Dickens. Fruit and plant forms are also illustrated as well as animals, birds, and fish. This rare book is a collector’s item in itself and would make a great addition to the permanent reference library of the pottery and porcelain collector – or teapot collector in particular.
8.4” x 10.8” softback in very good condition. 128 pages.
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