What's for sale?
This is an interesting teapot from Fosters Pottery of Redruth in Cornwall. It has a distinctive, ovoid shape with a high gloss, drip glaze finish known as Honeycomb.
It's an interesting design, perhaps with hints of Cornwall's Celtic past. It has an accented handle and a squat, oval body like an oil lamp. The oval lid has been shaped to match.
It's also a functional item and and holds 1.5 pints (just under 1 litre).
The honeycomb range included a wide variety of forms and was available in cream, green and the brown you see here. It's a collectable range, owing to the striking finish and designs.
What condition is it in?
- In excellent condition
- No chips or cracks
- The label is still attached, so it's probably unused
What are the measurements?
- 10cm high (4 inches)
- 21cm from handle to spout (8.25 inches)
- 15cm wide (6 inches)
- 795 grams
- Capacity is just under1 litre (1.5 pints)
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Fosters Pottery Ltd
Late 20th century (1950-1999)
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