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Staffordshire, England (made)  Date: 1740-1760 (made)  Artist/Maker: Unknown (production)  Materials and Techniques: Different coloured earthenwares (agate ware), with a lead glaze

Staffordshire, England (made) Date: 1740-1760 (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Different coloured earthenwares (agate ware), with a lead glaze

Teapot | agate ware, 1740-50. Staffordshire, England / Agate ware was expensive to make and had become obsolete by about 1760.

Teapot | agate ware, 1740-50. Staffordshire, England / Agate ware was expensive to make and had become obsolete by about 1760.

"Basket Handled Teapot with Red Berries" Ceramic Teapot ~ Created by Suzanne Crane ~ Crane's signature piece, the wheel thrown teapot with twining hand pulled stoneware handles now has ripe red berries to give it a little extra pop. Stoneware feet are textured with the same churchkey pattern as found on the lid and at the rim & base of the teapot body.

"Basket Handled Teapot with Red Berries" Ceramic Teapot ~ Created by Suzanne Crane ~ Crane's signature piece, the wheel thrown teapot with twining hand pulled stoneware handles now has ripe red berries to give it a little extra pop. Stoneware feet are textured with the same churchkey pattern as found on the lid and at the rim & base of the teapot body.

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