Teapot Styles — Art Deco

Teapot styles tend to parallel the styles of other objects, from buildings, to art works, to furniture and clothing. The Art Deco period is one that especially stands out and that was reflected in teapot designs. Those designs had a wide range of approaches and materials. Time to go exploring. When someone thinks of art …

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Racing Car Teapot

by Andy Titcomb The racing car teapot with it's distinctive number plate OKT42 (okay tea for two) was first made in 1937 by J Sadler & Son, a pottery company originally founded in Stoke on Trent, England, by James Sadler in 1882. The teapot was initially finished with a green, yellow or cream glaze and …

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