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  • Aesthetic Movement Wedgwood earthenware teapot www.snowdenflood.com
  • Aesthetic Movement Wedgwood earthenware teapot www.snowdenflood.com

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A small Aesthetic Movement teapot 1860-1900


This is a beautiful little piece, made in Stoke on Trent by Wedgwood and Co between 1860- 1900.  Wedgwood and Co was owned by Enoch and his brother Jabez, relations of Josiah.  Their firm was renowned for making exceptional quality earthenware for the home, continental, colonial and American markets. 

This tea pot, is decorated with a rare and delicate pattern called 'fern'.  It has a wonderful curved and ridged fine metal handle and a carefully shaped knob on the lid, a bit like a lemon slice.  It does personify the aims of the Aesthetic movement - which was so fashionable at the time -  championing pure beauty and 'Art for Arts sake'. Very clean inside, and in great condition with very minor wear to the glaze.

Dimensions: 12 high x 18 cms wide at widest point (5 x 7 inches)