Early Wedgwood drabware teapot circa 1810-1830.
This teapot is a rare example of Wedgwood's drabware range. It is a dry bodied stoneware pot with bas relief, olive coloured exterior and blue floral applied decoration.
This piece is in superb condition with no chips or cracks and carries the impressed Wedgwood mark to the base.
It measures 18cm from tip of spout to handle end, 13cm in diameter and 9cm from base to top of finial.