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Teapot with Chinese Flowers
English: Teapot with Chinese Flowers

Staffordshire, about 1820
Wedgwood\'s factory

Black Basalt, the body probably thrown in a mould, with moulded spout and handle, painted in enamels.

Collection ID: 26-1899

This photo was taken as part of Britain Loves Wikipedia in February 2010 by Valerie McGlinchey.

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