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A2778-804 Teapot, Royle's Patent Self Pouring, earthenware / metal, hand coloured, transfer printed Australian wildflower design, decorated by J Walklate after design by Louis Bilton, made by Doulton & Co, Burslem, England, c1892. Click to enlarge.

Teapot, Royle’s Patent Self Pouring, earthenware / metal, hand coloured, transfer printed Australian wildflower design, decorated by J Walklate after design by Louis Bilton, made by Doulton & Co, Burslem, England, c1892

Made c 1892

Teapot, Royle’s Patent Self Pouring, earthenware / metal, hand coloured, transfer printed Australian wildflower design, decorated by J Walklate after design by Louis Bilton, made by Doulton & Co, Burslem, England, c 1892

Ivory earthenware teapot, tall cylindrical base supporting a globular body with a tall cylindrical neck. Base and neck are fluted. Handle and spout moulded and edged with gold to resemble bamboo stalks. Neck, body and base are decorated with hand coloured transfer printed desig...

Summary

Object No.

A2778-804

Object Statement

Teapot, Royle's Patent Self Pouring, earthenware / metal, hand coloured, transfer printed Australian wildflower design, decorated by J Walklate after design by Louis Bilton, made by Doulton & Co, Burslem, England, c1892

Physical Description

Teapot, Royle's Patent Self Pouring, earthenware / metal, hand coloured, transfer printed Australian wildflower design, decorated by J Walklate after design by Louis Bilton, made by Doulton & Co, Burslem, England, c 1892

Ivory earthenware teapot, tall cylindrical base supporting a globular body with a tall cylindrical neck. Base and neck are fluted. Handle and spout moulded and edged with gold to resemble bamboo stalks. Neck, body and base are decorated with hand coloured transfer printed design of Australian wildflowers in green, pink and mauve with a gold outline. Silver plated lid has a domed gadrooned top surmounted by a black ceramic knop.

Marks

Transfer printed mark in black on base 'ROYLES PATENT SELF POURING/No6327/1886/MANUFACTURED BY/ DOULTON'S/BURSLEM/FOR/J J ROYLE/MANCHESTER' and beneath it '307.102.25'. Impressed 'X'. Rectangular sticker 'B63'. Rectangular sticker '[ ] 804'.

Dimensions

Height

155 mm

Width

193 mm

Depth

128 mm

Production

Made

c 1892

Cite this Object

Harvard

Teapot, Royle's Patent Self Pouring, earthenware / metal, hand coloured, transfer printed Australian wildflower design, decorated by J Walklate after design by Louis Bilton, made by Doulton & Co, Burslem, England, c1892 2018, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 20 February 2019, <https://ma.as/176651>

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