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A Sèvres yellow-ground teapot and cover, 1787

A Sèvres yellow-ground teapot and cover, 1787

Trembleuse Sèvres Porcelain Manufactory (France, Sèvres, founded 1756-present) Etienne-Jean Chabry (France, active 1764-1787, before 1749-after 1787) France, Sèvres, circa 1776

Trembleuse Sèvres Porcelain Manufactory (France, Sèvres, founded 1756-present) Etienne-Jean Chabry (France, active 1764-1787, before 1749-after 1787) France, Sèvres, circa 1776

Limoges

Limoges

Lot : SEVRES – Déjeuner en porcelaine dure comprenant une théière Calabre couverte, un[...] | Dans la vente Porcelaines Anciennes à Pescheteau-Badin

Lot : SEVRES – Déjeuner en porcelaine dure comprenant une théière Calabre couverte, un[...] | Dans la vente Porcelaines Anciennes à Pescheteau-Badin

Kettle and Stand, Charles Frederic Kandler, 1730

Kettle and Stand, Charles Frederic Kandler, 1730

ANTIQUE ENGLISH GEORGIAN BARR FLIGHT WORCESTER IMARI PORCELAIN TEAPOT & STAND

ANTIQUE ENGLISH GEORGIAN BARR FLIGHT WORCESTER IMARI PORCELAIN TEAPOT & STAND

Old Noritake 1891-1910, cobalt with generous gilt flourishes

Old Noritake 1891-1910, cobalt with generous gilt flourishes

Russian silver cloisonné teapot by Wasilij Agafonow, Moscow Kokoschnik hallmark 1899-1908

Russian silver cloisonné teapot by Wasilij Agafonow, Moscow Kokoschnik hallmark 1899-1908

Porcelain with silver inlays cup and saucer set by Tirschenreuth, Germany 1927

Porcelain with silver inlays cup and saucer set by Tirschenreuth, Germany 1927

Teapot  Place of origin:   Chelsea, England (made)    Date:    1759-1769 (made)      Artist/Maker:    Chelsea Porcelain factory (maker)      Materials and Techniques:    Soft-paste porcelain, painted in enamel colours and gilt      Credit Line:    Bequeathed by Miss Emily S. Thomson      Museum number:   517      Gallery location:    British Galleries, room 52b, case 2  This teapot is relatively small, reflecting the high cost of tea in mid-18th-century Britain  v

Teapot Place of origin: Chelsea, England (made) Date: 1759-1769 (made) Artist/Maker: Chelsea Porcelain factory (maker) Materials and Techniques: Soft-paste porcelain, painted in enamel colours and gilt Credit Line: Bequeathed by Miss Emily S. Thomson Museum number: 517 Gallery location: British Galleries, room 52b, case 2 This teapot is relatively small, reflecting the high cost of tea in mid-18th-century Britain v

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