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Teapot And Lid (England), ca. 1805

This is a Teapot and lid. It is dated ca. 1805 and we acquired it in 1931. Its medium is tin-glazed earthenware with transfer-printed decoration. It is a part of the Product Design and Decorative Arts department.

This object was donated by Eleanor Garnier Hewitt. It is credited Gift of Eleanor Garnier Hewitt.

Our curators have highlighted 3 objects that are related to this one.

  • Bidet (France)
  • carved fruitwood, caning, leather, tin-glazed earthenware.
  • 1968-114-1-a/c
  • Box (England), ca. 1760
  • enameled and glazed porcelain, gilt metal.
  • Gift of the Panwy Foundation, from the collection of Maria Wyman.
  • 1994-129-15

Its dimensions are

H x W x D: 14.6 x 28 x 12.5 cm (5 3/4 x 11 x 4 15/16 in.)

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Teapot And Lid (England), ca. 1805; tin-glazed earthenware with transfer-printed decoration; H x W x D: 14.6 x 28 x 12.5 cm (5 3/4 x 11 x 4 15/16 in.); Gift of Eleanor Garnier Hewitt; 1931-40-44-a,b

This object was previously on display as a part of the exhibition Hewitt Sisters Collect.

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