Wedgwood - Theepot - Keramiek

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Wedgwood - Theepot - Keramiek
Engeland - Eerste helft 19e eeuw

Antique English Wedgwood teapot, Oaklands. Concept of teapot beginning XIX century "Simple Yet Perfect"
Patent: “S.Y.P” Wedgwood teapot company, London
Beginning year of production: from 1906
Body: pearlware, glaze – pearl, blue-painted and printed
Registration number: 536554
Trademarks: 3UL3UL Wedgewood Oaklands
Condition of teapot is very good, despite of small chipping at the end of spout. Truly unique piece for your collection or everyday use
The concept of the SYP, or Simple Yet Perfect, teapot was the brainchild of Sir Douglas Baillie Hamilton Cochrane, the 12th Earl of Dundonald. His first design for the SYP teapot was patented in 1901 and the second and "improved" teapot came four months later - this was the version which was manufactured by Wedgwood's Etruria factory between 1905 and 1919 as well as several other potters
The original copy is presented in the museum of Wedgwood, England



Kavelgegevens
Object
Theepot
Materiaal
Keramiek
Fabrikant / Merk
Wedgwood
Model/Naam
"Simple yet Perfect"
Geschatte periode
Eerste helft 19e eeuw
Land van herkomst
Engeland
Staat
Goede staat - gebruikt met kleine tekenen van ouderdom en vlekjes
Afmetingen
23×22×15 cm
Gewicht
1,3 kg
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