Vintage Teapot Kensington Pottery The Huntsmen – 1950s


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This fabulous little teapot was made by the Kensington Pottery Company in Burlsem, Stoke-on-Trent England and depicts the Huntsman Inn complete with scarlet-jacketed rider and his hunting hounds outside in the courtyard, and a cottage-style shape design. Lovely details and colors, a unique addition to your hunt or equestrian home. Glossy porcelain in mint green and yellow colors with brown, red and blues thrown in, removable lidded top, excellent condition with no cracks or chips, c 1950s. The stamp is in the shape of a Staffordshire Knot (very commonly used from the 1800s) and the B in the knot refers to Burlsem, the location Kensington Pottery manufactured out of starting in 1937 thru 1961 when they were renamed Price Kensington. C 1950s, measures 9 ½ inches long x 4 ½ inches wide x 6 inches tall.

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