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'Vogue' teapot made by Shelley Potteries

A white bone china teapot with a splayed foot and flat base, steep-sided splayed body, slightly rounded white top with lid and a triangular shaped handle. There are yellow rims around the top and base of the body, teapot lid and spout. The lid features a distinctive triangular shaped green coloured handle in its centre. The body of the teapot has a sunray design consisting of a double lined orange circle with four cream coloured rays extending from it. Between the rays are areas of green which is the same colour used on both the handles. Marked on base.
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