This porcelain tea pot was produced in the 1870s or 1880s in Europe. It is not marked and we are unable to specifically identify the maker. We believe it is Austrian or German in origin. The pot is 6 inches high and 6 1/2 inches from the handle to the spout. The most appealing feature of this pot is that the handle, finial and feet are gilded Japanese fans. On the sides of the pot, there are transfer decorations of young ladies perched on branches of flowers that are hand colored. The ground color of the porcelain is ivory. It is accented in many areas with gilding. This is a Victorian tea pot that is both unique and charming.
Condition: There is a trace of wear on the toes of the fan feet that is hardly noticeable.