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Moulded Teapots

Some jug designs were adapted for use on teapots or other related wares. Although they are not a focus for this site, teapots will be added here as I come across them. Where they are adapted from jug designs, full details will be filed on the appropriate manufacturer's page.

Blackberries (not titled)
Maker unknown. Design not registered. Not yet seen as a jug.
Marks: none except for painted pattern number 735 or 7354
 
Cherubs (not titled)
Made by T.J. & J. Mayer of Dale Hall. Design not registered. Also made as a jug, mustard pot, and spill vases.
Marks: no mark yet recorded on teapot
 

"Delhi Tea Set"
Made by Cork & Edge. Design not registered. The tea set includes a small cream jug.
Marks: moulded Staffordshire knot inscribed “DELHI / TEA SET / CORK AND / EDGE”

 

"Dresden"
Made by Thomas Booth. Design registered on 7 June 1870, Parcel 16, Number 242234, By Thomas Booth of Hanley. Not known as a jug.
Marks: moulded registration mark within circle inscribed “DRESDEN / T.B. / HANLEY”.

 
Framed Leaves (not titled)
Maker unknown. Design not registered. Not yet seen as a jug.
Marks: none yet recorded
 
Leaves and Berries (not titled)
Made by James Edwards of Dale Hall. Design not registered. Not yet seen as a jug.
Marks: impressed "EDWARDS / DH"
 
Mask Between Storks (not titled)
Maker unknown. Design not registered. Also made as a jug.
Marks: none yet recorded
 
"Prince Albert"
Made by the South Wales Pottery. Design not registered. Not yet seen as a jug.
Marks: moulded title cartouche; also impressed "SOUTH WALES / POTTERY" (uncommon)
 

"Toledo"
Maker unknown. Design not registered. Not yet seen as a jug.
Marks: Impressed title "TOLEDO" in a curve

 

Union Flowers (not titled)
Registered on 17 October 1883, Parcel 6, Numbers 405467-68, by Hall & Read of Hanley. Not yet seen as a jug.
Marks: moulded registration diamond

 

Credits: Steve Birks (thepotteries.org); Joan Cowan; Robert Hawker; Dick Henrywood; Ros King; Duncan Robinson; Kevin Trewartha