This porcelain tea pot with stand was produced in England around 1790 to 1810. We had seen a similar pot identified as Chamberlain Worcester. There are no marks or numbers to identify it. The pot measures 10 inches from the handle to the spout and approximately 6 inches high, including the lid. The porcelain has a grayish hue. The pot has molded ribs with a C shaped scrolled handle. The borders of the pot and stand are cobalt blue. They are finely gilded with what appears to be acorns and leaves. There are tiny gilded sprigs scattered around each piece. It is a very handsome piece.
Condition: There is minor rubbing and wear to the gilding on the pot and edges of the stand. There are no chips or cracks. It is very nearly excellent considering its age.