Royal Doulton Egyptian Revival Teapot Edwardian Lambeth 1890s Spout Repair Make Do
This is a great antique Royal Doulton, England also called Doulton Lambeth because of where the teapot was manufactured, earthenware salt glazed teapot made in the 1880-1890s in an Egyptian revival design.
It is a 2 tone brown salt glaze over applied relief decorations of various scenes of Egypt with the pharoah and people going about their daily tasks.
The teapot measures 7 inches high 9 inches long by 5 inches in diameter.
The teapot is in very good ++ condition with no chips or cracks other than an intriguing very old spout repair and a small chip on the inside of the lid. These repairs are often called Make Dos and were only done on treasured items to prolong their life and use.
Fascinating! A beautiful old piece and a great decorative item!
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