Following the Botanic Garden pattern design by artist Susan Ellis-Williams, this collectible handmade Portmeirion teapot has the sole aim of being marveled at. And who can miss spotting this charming and unique English beauty?
An embossed biscuit serves as a tabletop to miniature plates, teacup sets, mouth-watering pastries, cubed sugar bowl, a creamer and a teapot, while a floral skirt drapes over as a teapot table.
Against a Victorian ivory background, with black table feet peeking from below, green leaf and delicate pink/lavender flowers display old fashioned charm while a chrome armed handle and spout add a modern feel.
Origin: England; 6-Cup volume (decorative-use-only is suggested)
Dimensions: 11"W x 7"H (spout to handle, estimate)
Condition: Great. There are no chips, cracks, stains, crazing, or wear. We noted one tiny, light green speck of paint on the spout tip, and some glue residue to one of the pastries; it actually looks like powdered sugar!
This teapot is clean and solidly made. The design is sharp, the colors are bright and the glaze is shiny and well intact.