Mid-Century Adams & Sons "Empress" Creamy White Tea Pot - England c. 1950's - 1960's
Description: This charming, English creamy-white ironstone tea pot from the mid-20th century in the Empress pattern by Wm Adams & Sons England can hold up to 6 cups. It features a slightly bulbous, six panel body with vertical ribs towards the lower belly and a slightly skirted, hexagon base.
Note: Refer to “Condition” for additional information.
Circa: Believed to be 1950-1962
Height: 7 3/8” (w/ lid),
Hexagon Footed Base: 4 3/4" (across base)
Spout to Handle: 9 3/4"
Product Weight: 2 pounds
Capacity: 6 cups
Style: French Country, Farmhouse, English Cottage
Primary Material: Ironstone
Origin: Staffordshire, England
Maker/Craftsman: WM Adams & Sons
Style: English Cottage, Farmhouse
Markings: Stamped in black; Real-Ironstone China Wm Adams & Sons England
Condition: Previously owned - used. ¼” chip on inner lip of pot where lid sits. Two 1/8” nick on spout. Light crazing on most of surface, heavier pronounced on bottom base.Shipping:
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