Sadler Vintage Gold and Cream Swirl 1.75 Pint Teapot c.1940s
English earthenware teapot with gold glaze
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Vintage Sadler cream and gold teapot c.1940s
This stunning teapot is made from cream coloured earthenware in a rounded swirl shape. A pleasing curved handle and sturdy spout.
During this period of manufacture, 22KT gold was used to decorate china. This teapot is lavishly painted with alternate gold and gold filigree floral panels.
Gold is used to decorate the handle on the lid, and around the teapot spout.
1.75 pint capacity with straining holes in the spout for use with loose tea and teabags. A double lock to keep the lid secure whilst pouring.
Made by James Sadler, Burslem, Staffordshire, England. c.1940s
In excellent condition with a little age related wear on the surface. An eye-catching teapot which shines beautifully. Perfect for adding a touch of vintage glamour to your candlelit dining and afternoon teas.