Coming to you from Doc's Crock is this wonderful Blue and White Stoneware Teapot with Original Lid.
Circa 1900-1920, this Beauty Features a Bulbous Form with Graceful Spout, Raised Circles around the Shoulder, a Wire Handle, and Blue Swirl Stripes! Comes with the original lid with acorn-shaped knob. Measures 6 1/4" tall to the top of the lid, and 8" wide from the tip of the spout to the tip of the handle.
This teapot is discussed in Taylor and Lowrance, Collector's Encyclopedia of Salt Glaze Stoneware , pp. 91-92.
As you know these teapots are uncommon, especially with the correct lid.
Excellent Condition. The teapot has two pinhead-size nibbles on the tip of the spout and a chip on one of the two prongs that hold the lid on. No rim or base chips, hairlines, cracks, stains, or restoration. The lid has a professional restoration for a chip on both sides of the semi-circular slot on the edge. Otherwise as made.
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