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Volkstedt Puce Floral Teapot

This is a fun teapot and lid made by Volkstedt in the 18th century around 1760. The pot has two hand painted floral arrangements as well as a few smaller single flowers with some puce trim on the nicely shaped handle. The spout has a nice shape to it as well. The lid has three small flowers on it and a flower bud finial. The pot and lid have the typical ribbed design to it which one finds on many of the Thuringia area wares. The pot displays superbly but has a chip to the underside spout which can't be seen unless you turn it over and the finial of the lid has been replaced. The tea pot and lid are 4.25 inches tall, it is about 7.25 inches from handle to spout and 4 inches in diameter. Marked underneath with the crossed hayfork mark meant to imitate the Meissen crosswed swords. Please email me for more information or photos.

Price is $599
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