Teapot Art Deco Streamlined Mottled Pottery England 1930s Tea Pot
This art deco streamlined pottery teapot was made in the 1930-1940's.
Although it has the brown glaze of a Brown Betty traditional English teapot, the mottled cream glaze gives it character and the shape lends the distinction of the deco age.
This pot has an impressed mark saying Kernewelle Pottery Cornwall, England under glaze that didn't photograph well.
This 4-6 cup teapot is in very good +++ used vintage condition with only a tiny spout glaze chip. Very unusual, stylish and an elegant addition to the tea table.
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