Dating from the 2nd half of the 18th., it measures 9 inches wide and 2 1/4inches deep.
There is one small flake and 4 minuscule frits to the rim.
Dating from c.1800, it measures 3 1/2inches (8.8cms) across.
There are 3 spur marks to the footrim. It is in excellent condition.
Probably dating from c.1790, it stands 2 1/2inches (6.4cms) high.
There are a couple of minuscule frits on the rim of this very soft body. It is in very good condition with no other frits, chips, crazing or cracks.
Dating from the late C19th/ early C20th., it stands 29cms high inc. lid.
It is in excellent condition.
An identical shaped teapot sold at Christies was described as 1840-5 although I always thought these were earlier. It measures 3 3/8inches (8.5cms) from tips of spout and handle.
There is some wear to the gilding and some small losses to the enamel.
Dating c.1800-20, it measures 9 1/2inches (24.2cms) long.
It is in excellent condition with only some very small brown spots at the rim where the glaze drained away.