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Porcelain teapot by Worcester Royal Porcelain Co Ltd

Teapot and lid, blue overglaze enamel and applied gilding in Japonisme style. Teapot shaped with an octagonal lobed bowl and a tall oogee shaped handle. The lid has a small knop. The spout is slim and curved. The body is decorated with transfer printed blue and white diaper pattern and gold ferns. Maker's mark under base.
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Porcelain teapot by Worcester Royal Porcelain Co Ltd

Teapot and lid, blue overglaze enamel and applied gilding in Japonisme style. Teapot shaped with an octagonal lobed bowl and a tall oogee shaped handle. The lid has a small knop. The spout is slim and curved. The body is decorated with transfer printed blue and white diaper pattern and gold ferns. Maker's mark under base.
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