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view Zanini, Marco CER 1983-12-31 1983-01-01 1983 (made) Earthenware teapot designed by Marco Zanini, made by Ceramiche Flavia 1983 Italy Height: 21 cm 1.2.11 measured by hand, Length: 30.5 cm 1.2.11 measured by hand, Depth: 19.0 cm maximum; 1.2.11 measured by hand Postmodernism: Style and Subversion 1970-1990 (Victoria and Albert Museum 24/09/2011-15/01/2012) National Art Library, room 76 911 2014-08-29T19:22:44.000Z 2014-08-29T19:22:44.000Z 42.502998 National Art Library, room 76, case 16 12.57341 earthenware Earthenware C.207 to A-1985 c2071985 O9332 Teapot 1 The pot is composed of elements arranged along a sloping axis indicated at the upper end by the... Italy 2 VA colorado-teapot-zanini-marco 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z Colorado 1983 1983 view
view 2010ed8414 jpg s Unknown EAS Given by R. J. Charleston 1775-12-31 1725-01-01 mid 18th century (made) ca. 1750 (decorated) Teapot, porcelain decorated with a tulip surrounded by three insects, Chinese, mid 18th century;... Height: 9.5 cm, Diameter: 6.5 cm Ceramics Study Galleries, Britain & Europe, room 139 The painting is probably by the same artist as decorated 'Girl on a swing' porcelain. 1946 2014-08-29T19:27:01.000Z 2014-08-29T19:27:01.000Z 36.894451 Ceramics Study Galleries, Britain & Europe, room 139, case 11, shelf 7 104.165649 porcelain Porcelain painted in enamel colours C.46-1975 c461975 O77259 Teapot 1 Spherical teapot with short straight spout and plain loop handle of circular section; low footrim... China 2010ED8414 Overdecorated in London. 3 VA teapot-unknown 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z Painted, glazed 1775 1725 view
view 2010ed8680 jpg s Unknown EAS Given by Lady Bourne 1775-12-31 1725-01-01 mid 18th century (made) ca. 1750-55 (decorated) Teapot, porcelain with transfer-printed decoration of a shepherd seated by a tree watching his... Height: 6.4 cm, Diameter: 9.5 cm Ceramics Study Galleries, Britain & Europe, room 139 This is an example of the earliest type of transfer-printed ware. 2194 2014-08-29T19:27:43.000Z 2014-08-29T19:27:43.000Z 36.894451 Ceramics Study Galleries, Britain & Europe, room 139, case 11, shelf 7 104.165649 porcelain Porcelain with transfer-printed decoration C.122-1977 c1221977 O77262 Teapot 1 Teapot, black transfer-printed decoration washed over green. With straight sides which swell out... China 2010ED8680 Transfer-printed decoration possibly added in Birmingham. 3 VA teapot-unknown 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z transfer printed, glazed 1775 1725 view
view Corning Glass Works CER 1980-12-31 1980-01-01 1980 (designed (process)) ca. 1983 (made) Teapot, America, Martinsburg, WV, made by Corning Glass Works, 1970-1985, C.220-1985 . Height: 14.5 cm, Width: 23.4 cm greatest width Glass, room 131 4998 Described in the catalogue as a 'Designer Teapot'. 'Cranberry' colour/model. This design (by an... 2014-08-29T19:35:25.000Z 2014-08-29T19:35:25.000Z 39.45637 Glass, room 131, case 83, shelf 1 -77.964564 'Corning Wave (R)/P168 8 Cup/Corning USA 1183 MA' printed machine mould-blown, heat/shock proof glass-ceramic, with metal and phenolic plastic knob and handle C.220A-1985 c2201985 O3472 Teapot 1 Martinsburg Subject file; designed 1980, made about 1983 2 VA rangetop-corning-ware-rangetop-products-teapot-corning-glass-works 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z Rangetop; Corning Ware Rangetop Products 1980 1980 view
view 2006am7371 jpg s Unknown CER 1780-12-31 1760-01-01 1760-1780 (made) Cut glass teapot, England, 1750-1770 Height: 13.6 cm, Width: 21.5 cm approx., including spout British Galleries, room 52b Made in England 6500 Perhaps made as a novelty, and surely never intended for use. The form is parallelled in... 2014-08-29T19:39:55.000Z 2014-08-29T19:39:55.000Z 52.883289 British Galleries, room 52b, case 2 -1.97685 Clear glass, with cut decoration C.49&A-1929 c491929 O5035 Teapot 1 England 2006AM7371 Object Type English earthenware teapots of this shape date from the second quarter of the 18th... 3 VA teapot-unknown 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1780 1760 view
view 2006am3515 jpg s Unknown CER Bought from the Haliburton Collection 1750-12-31 1740-01-01 1740-1750 (made) 'Agate-ware' Teapot, Staffordshire, 1740-1750 Height: 10.2 cm, Width: 19 cm including spout and handle, Depth: 11.1 cm British Galleries, room 53a 6812 British Galleries: The effect of agate stone was made by staining earthenware clays and then... 2014-08-29T19:40:54.000Z 2014-08-29T19:40:54.000Z 52.824749 British Galleries, room 53a, case 1 -2.02806 Solid agate ware, with lead glaze 151:1, 2-1874 1511874 O77426 Teapot 1 Staffordshire 2006AM3515 Object Type Earthenware teapots of the mid-18th century were invariably small, the two common... 3 VA teapot-unknown 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1750 1740 view
view 2006am7822 jpg s Chelsea Porcelain factory CER Transferred from the Museum of Practical Geology, Jermyn Street 1751-12-31 1742-01-01 ca. 1747-1749 (made) Height: 9.84 cm, Width: 15.24 cm including spout British Galleries, room 52b Made at the Chelsea porcelain factory, London 7555 British Galleries: The detailed flowers and insects painted on to this teapot would have been... 2014-08-29T19:43:28.000Z 2014-08-29T19:43:28.000Z 51.506321 British Galleries, room 52b, case 2 -0.12714 Soft-paste porcelain, painted in enamel colours 2877&A-1901 28771901 O77525 Teapot 1 London 2006AM7822 Object Type The teapot is small, a reflection of the high cost of tea in mid-18th-century... 3 VA teapot-chelsea-porcelain-factory 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1751 1742 view
view 2006an1891 jpg s Chelsea Porcelain factory Adams, Elizabeth. <u>Chelsea Porcelain</u>, The British Museum Press, 2001, 2nd. edition. The... CER Bequeathed by Miss Emily S. Thomson 1769-12-31 1759-01-01 1759-1769 (made) Teapot, porcelain, Chelsea Porcelain factory, London, 1759-1769 Height: 13.6 cm, Width: 18.94 cm including spout, Diameter: 10.8 cm body British Galleries, room 52b From tea set - museum nos. 517 to 523-1902 Elizabeth Adams (see below) discusses this service:... 8244 British Galleries: This English porcelain tea service is typical of those used in wealthier... 2014-08-29T19:45:50.000Z 2014-08-29T19:45:50.000Z 51.490139 British Galleries, room 52b, case 2 -0.16248 Soft-paste porcelain, painted in enamel colours and gilt 517&A-1902 5171902 O77646 Teapot 1 Chelsea 2006AN1891 Object Type This teapot is relatively small, reflecting the high cost of tea in mid-18th-century... 3 VA teapot-chelsea-porcelain-factory 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1769 1759 view
view 2006am0820 jpg s Elers, David and John Philip CER Given by W. W. Winkworth 1698-12-31 1690-01-01 1690-1698 (made) Height: 16 cm, Width: 13 cm, Diameter: 10 cm British Galleries, room 56d Made at the Elers' factory, Bradwell Wood, Staffordshire (active 1690-1698) 8853 British Galleries: TRADE WITH CHINA<br> Chinese potters at Jingdezhen copied European forms,... 2014-08-29T19:48:15.000Z 2014-08-29T19:48:15.000Z 51.715782 British Galleries, room 56d, case 13 -4.733226 Impressed with four imitation Chinese characters Red stoneware, slip-cast, with applied sprig-moulded decoration C.17-1932 c171932 O77866 Teapot 1 Bradwell Wood 2006AM0820 Object Type This teapot appears to be unique, although another example of the body shape is... 3 VA teapot-elers-david-and 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1698 1690 view
view 2006am3412 jpg s Unknown CER Given by Dr J. C. Padwick 1754-12-31 1745-01-01 ca. 1750 (made) Height: 14 cm, Width: 16.5 cm British Galleries, room 52b Made in Staffordshire 8862 British Galleries: This teapot resembles the large houses owned by master potters in... 2014-08-29T19:48:17.000Z 2014-08-29T19:48:17.000Z 52.824749 British Galleries, room 52b, case 2 -2.02806 Salt-glazed stoneware, slip-cast C.199&A-1926 c1991926 O77875 Teapot 1 Staffordshire 2006AM3412 Object Type Most English earthenware teapots of the first half of the 18th century were very... 3 VA teapot-unknown 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1754 1745 view
view 2006at4845 jpg s Greatbatch, William CER Bequeathed by Mr Arthur Hurst 1765-12-31 1760-01-01 1760-1765 (made) ECUELLE AND COVER (LACKING STAND) Height: 13.4 cm, Width: 19.14 cm approx., including spout, Depth: 12.4 cm British Galleries, room 52b Design attributed to William Greatbatch (born in 1735, died in 1813) 8864 British Galleries: This tea-drinking scene shows a woman handing a cup of tea to a seated man in... 2014-08-29T19:48:18.000Z 2014-08-29T19:48:18.000Z 54.313919 British Galleries, room 52b, case 2 -2.23218 Earthenware, moulded in relief, with lead glaze stained green, yellow and brown C.20&A-1940 c201940 O77877 Teapot 1 Of brown and black agate ware; circular bowl with creamware rusticated branch handles, and low,... Great Britain 2006AT4845 Acquired as Apt, c. 1770. For a similar bowl and cover with stand (but with different handles)... Object Type A typical 1760s teapot, this moulded example follows the simple globular form of... 3 VA teapot-greatbatch-william 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1765 1760 view
view 2006an3788 jpg s Unknown CER Supported by the Friends of the V&A 1749-12-31 1740-01-01 ca. 1745 (made) Hexagonal white salt-glazed teapot, the panals with moulded scenes adapted from Nienhof's <font... Height: 11.4 cm, Width: 15.2 cm handle to spout, Diameter: 8.6 cm body British Galleries, room 52d Probably made in Burslem, Staffordshire 8868 British Galleries: The panels show Chinese men and women and the viceroys of Canton (now called... 2014-08-29T19:48:19.000Z 2014-08-29T19:48:19.000Z 53.054249 British Galleries, room 52d, case 6 -2.1842 Slip-cast, salt-glazed white stoneware C.21:1, 2-1999 c211999 O77881 Teapot 1 Small moulded, hexagonal, white salt-glazed stoneware teapot, the panels with moulded scenes... Burslem 2006AN3788 Object Type Early Staffordshire teapots were traditionally small, being graded by the makers... 3 VA teapot-unknown 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1749 1740 view
view 2006an4408 jpg s Longton Hall porcelain factory CER Bequeathed by Mr Arthur Hurst 1760-12-31 1755-01-01 1755-1760 (made) Width: 11.43 cm British Galleries, room 53a Made at the Longton Hall porcelain factory, Staffordshire 8886 British Galleries: During the 1750s, several British porcelain factories made teapots and tureens... 2014-08-29T19:48:24.000Z 2014-08-29T19:48:24.000Z 52.824749 British Galleries, room 53a, case 3 -2.02806 Soft-paste porcelain, painted in enamels C.265&A-1940 c2651940 O77899 Teapot 1 TEAPOT in the form of a gourd Staffordshire 2006AN4408 Object Type This teapot is small, reflecting the high cost of tea in mid-18th-century Britain. In... 3 VA teapot-longton-hall-porcelain 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1760 1755 view
view 2006am8716 jpg s Burgess & Leigh CER Given by Michael Franklin 1896-12-31 1896-01-01 1896 (made) Earthenware teapot, Burgess & Leigh, Burslem, designed 1896 Height: 16.8 cm, Width: 24.9 cm, Depth: 9.5 cm British Galleries, room 123 Made by Burgess & Leigh, Middleport Pottery, Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire 8891 British Galleries: This teapot has two registered numbers. The first number protects the shape of... 2014-08-29T19:48:25.000Z 2014-08-29T19:48:25.000Z 53.054249 British Galleries, room 123, case 7 -2.1842 Regd shape 281721','Rd.no.285771'printed in brown; applied 'Rd.281' and 'R' impressed on teapot; ... Earthenware, lead-glazed, transfer-printed, painted and gilded C.277&A-1983 c2771983 O77904 Teapot 1 TEAPOT copying the design of the biscuit tin Burslem 2006AM8716 Object Type Teapots seemed always to offer scope for the designer's imagination. Some examples... 3 VA teapot-burgess-leigh 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1896 1896 view
view Burgess & Leigh CER Given by M. J. Franklin 1896-12-31 1896-01-01 1896 (design registered) Earthenware teapot, Burgess & Leigh, Burslem, designed 1896 Height: 17 cm, Width: 24.7 cm including spout and handle, Depth: 9.5 cm British Galleries, room 125b Manufactured by Burgess & Leigh, Burslem, Staffordshire 8892 British Galleries: After the kettle and stand, the teapot was the most important and expensive... 2014-08-29T19:48:25.000Z 2014-08-29T19:48:25.000Z 53.054249 British Galleries, room 125b, case 2 -2.1842 Applied and impressed: 'Regd.shape 281720' 'Rd. No.285771' printed in pink, 'Rd 281720' Earthenware, with transfer-printed decoration C.278&A-1983 c2781983 O77905 Teapot 1 Burslem Object Type Teapots seemed always to offer scope for the designer's imagination. Some examples... 2 VA teapot-burgess-leigh 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1896 1896 view
view 2006am3446 jpg s Unknown CER Bequeathed by Mr Wallace Elliot 1764-12-31 1755-01-01 ca. 1760 (made) Teapot, salt-glazed stoneware, painted in enamel colours, made in Staffordshire, ca. 1760 Height: 11.4 cm, Diameter: 11.4 cm British Galleries, room 52b Hanley, Butters & Sons, 25/10/1927. From the Micah Salt Collection. 8897 British Galleries: This teapot is typical of the cheaper stoneware products made in Staffordshire... 2014-08-29T19:48:27.000Z 2014-08-29T19:48:27.000Z 52.824749 British Galleries, room 52b, case 2 -2.02806 enamel, stoneware, salt glaze Salt-glazed stoneware, painted in enamel colours C.32&A-1938 c321938 O77910 Teapot 1 Stoneware teapot with cover, globular with crabstock handle, spout and loop handle to lid.... Staffordshire 2006AM3446 Object Type Staffordshire salt-glazed stoneware teapots of the mid-18th century were invariably... 3 VA teapot-unknown 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z Painted, glazed 1764 1755 view
view 2006am6475 jpg s Unknown EAS 1760-12-31 1720-01-01 1720-1760 (made) Height: 11.43 cm, Width: 18.22 cm approx., including spout British Galleries, room 52b Manufactured at Yixing in Jiangsu Province, China 8902 British Galleries: This is an example of the first teapots to be imported to Europe by the Dutch... 2014-08-29T19:48:28.000Z 2014-08-29T19:48:28.000Z 31.36261 British Galleries, room 52b, case 2 119.816643 Unglazed coloured stoneware, with applied decoration C.34&A-1947 c341947 O77915 Teapot 1 CHINESE TEAPOT Yixing 2006AM6475 This teapot is both a functional and decorative object. The clever use of dark and light clay... 3 VA teapot-unknown 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1760 1720 view
view 2006ah0252 jpg s Elers, David and John Philip Beevers. David (ed.)<i>Chinese Whispers: Chinoiserie in Britain 1650-1930</i>, (Brighton: The... CER 1698-12-31 1690-01-01 1690-1698 (made) [*] Tea pot - red stoneware - gilded - Elers Height: 8.9 cm, Width: 12.94 cm including spout Chinese Whispers: Chinoiserie in Britain 1650-1930 (Brighton Museum and Art Gallery and the Royal Pavilion 03/05/2008-02/11/2008) British Galleries, room 52b Made by David and John Philip Elers (active from about 1690-1698) at Bradwell Wood, Staffordshire 8908 British Galleries: This teapot was one of the earliest to be produced in Britain. It is a copy of... 2014-08-29T19:48:29.000Z 2014-08-29T19:48:29.000Z 52.824749 British Galleries, room 52b, case 2 -2.02806 Unglazed red stoneware C.4&A-1932 c41932 O77921 Teapot 1 TEAPOT imitating Chinese pottery Staffordshire 2006AH0252 Object Type This is one of the earliest types of English teapot, small, expensive and intended... 3 VA teapot-elers-david-and 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1698 1690 view
view 2006au8417 jpg s Unknown EAS 1700-12-31 1680-01-01 1680-1700 (made) Teapot and lid, porcelain painted in overglaze enamels, with European mounts; Japan, Arita kilns... Height: 9.5 cm, Width: 14.3 cm including handle and spout, Depth: 8.2 cm British Galleries, room 56c Teapot made in Arita, Japan; the mounts made and fitted in Europe 8911 British Galleries: This Japanese teapot holds only a small amount of tea. This was not unusual in... 2014-08-29T19:48:30.000Z 2014-08-29T19:48:30.000Z 33.160641 British Galleries, room 56c, case 4 129.888153 porcelain Porcelain, with Kakiemon-style decoration, and silver-gilt mounts C.413&A-1909 c4131909 O77925 Teapot 1 JAPANESE TEAPOT with European mounts Arita 2006AU8417 Object Type This teapot is typical of the kind of Japanese porcelain made in connection with the... 3 VA teapot-unknown 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z Painted, glazed 1700 1680 view
view 2006am3353 jpg s Chelsea Porcelain factory CER Bequeathed by Mr Wallace Elliot 1749-12-31 1745-01-01 1745-1749 (made) Teapot with cover in the form of a chinaman clutching a parrot, white-glazed soft-paste... Height: 17.1 cm, Width: 17 cm approx., including spout British Galleries, room 52b London, Amor, 1920. 8917 British Galleries: Teapots are thought to have been developed from the shapes of Chinese wine... 2014-08-29T19:48:32.000Z 2014-08-29T19:48:32.000Z 51.506321 British Galleries, room 52b, case 2 -0.12714 A triangle soft-paste porcelain White glazed soft-paste porcelain C.46&A-1938 c461938 O77931 Teapot 1 Teapot with cover, in the form of a chinaman holding a parrot, soft-paste porcelain with white... London 2006AM3353 Object Type One of several small novelty teapots produced by the Chelsea porcelain factory in its... 3 VA teapot-chelsea-porcelain-factory 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z glazed 1749 1745 view