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    Posted 7 years ago

    thelonepic…
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    I found this teapot at a thrift store yesterday. It caught my eye because of its odd shape, which is a little larger than most teapots, with a rectangular shape. There is a lot of detail and the color is in good shape. There is a letter " B " stamped on the bottom. There is another stamp/ marking on the bottom but I am having trouble making out what it is... It looks like it says " W B & Co. " but could be a little different. Any further information would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

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    1. OlofZ OlofZ, 7 years ago
      Sweet! I think they are called gadroon tepots. Partly stamped.
      The maker is William Ridgway, England Mid 18th century. Full stamp should read:
      Opaque
      Granite
      China
      WR&Co
      You can find the full stamp here: http://printedbritishpotteryandporcelain.com/what-did-they-make/pottery-item/plate-225
    2. OlofZ OlofZ, 7 years ago
      Sorry, mid 1800's
    3. thelonepicker thelonepicker, 7 years ago
      OMG! that's exactly right! Thank you so much for your help!!

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