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Royal Worcester porcelain teapot painted by James Giles

A round white soaprock porcelain teapot with a curved spout, an entwined handle and a domed cover with rose finial. The body rises from a short foot with a gilt band and around the body is a hand-painted dry-blue band of flowers including some large open buds. Dentil gilding is applied to the handle and spout, and a gilt dentate border is applied to the base of the neck. The lid features a moulded open flower finial, a blue band, gilt dentate border and gilt tracery of leaves.
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