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Retro Carlton Ware ‘Hovis’ Design Ceramic Teapot

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Stock Ref No: LAC006501
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This is an attractive retro teapot from the ‘Hovis’ range produced by Carlton Ware.

The teapot is cuboidal in shape, with a drawn spout and plain, looped handle. The word ‘HOVIS’ is moulded on either side of the body. The exterior is glazed in a speckle pale brown shade. The interior is glazed in white. The lid is approximately rectangular but with a rounded, domed top. This is meant to look like the top of a loaf. The glaze on the lid is darker than the body. There is a steam hole on the edge of the lid, where it faces the handle.

The base is glazed in white and marked with the words ‘CARLTON WARE ENGLAND’.

It has a maximum height (including the rim) of approximately 16.0cm, with a length along the body of about 13.1cm and a width of about 10.5cm.

It is in excellent condition, with no chips or cracks, although there is some crazing to the glaze commensurate with use.

Interested in this item or looking for something similar?

Feel free to email us at info@legacyantiques.co.uk or call/text us on (+44) 07790994021, quoting LAC006501

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Stock Ref No LAC006501
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