Antique White Ironstone 9 1/2" Tea Pot, Burgess & Goddard c. 1840-1890
Description: A pretty, white ironstone tea pot from the mid to late 19th century by Burgess & Goddard. It stands 9 ½” tall and can hold up to 7 cups. It's super clean and features an embossed beaded bow and tassel motif under the handle with a smooth body surface. The lid sits nicely with an ornate finial. A simple, white ironstone tea pot that will brighten up any style kitchen.
Height: 9 ½” (with lid)
Height: 7” (without lid)
Round Footed Base: 2 ¾”
Product Weight: 2 pounds 5 ounces
Capacity: 7 cups
Primary Colors: White
Primary Material: Ironstone
Markings: Royal Patent Ironstone Burgess & Goddard (black stamp with mark), also an incised mark – not legible.
Condition: Previously owned - used. Very good condition. No cracks, chips, crazing or repairs. A few nicks are present on the underneath ring of lid.
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