Teapots by Design

Over 445 color photos display a wide range of teapots from antique to contemporary, in many materials, including porcelain, semiporcelain, stoneware, silver, copper, brass, iron, pewter, tin, wood, and glass.


Author: Unjeria C. Jackson

Publisher: Schiffer Pub Limited

ISBN: 0764323253

Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Page: 160

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Over 445 color photos display a wide range of teapots from antique to contemporary, in many materials, including porcelain, semiporcelain, stoneware, silver, copper, brass, iron, pewter, tin, wood, and glass. Teapot forms include children's and full-sized tea sets, miniatures, musical, figural, whimsical, seasonal, advertising, commemorative, and souvenir teapots. Values are included in the captions.

Schreiber collection Catalogue of English porcelain earthenware enamels c collected by Charles Schreiber and the lady Charlotte Elizabeth Schreiber and presented to the South Kensington museum

OCTAGONAL TEAPOT , with spout moulded into leaves , and COVER surmounted by a dog ; in each of the panels , grotesque subjects ... TEAPOT AND COVER , decorated with panels of diaper pattern of various designs , moulded in relief .


Author: Victoria and Albert museum


ISBN: OXFORD:591013557


Page: 241

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Catalogue of the Collection of Pottery Porcelain and Fa ence

Design of “Capitol at Washington,” and shells about border. ... Design represents a view of a “Moulin Sur la Marne” at Charenton. ... TEAPOT. Dark blue printed-ware. Design, pastoral scene and rich foliage and floral sprays.


Author: Garrett Chatfield Pier

Publisher: Metropolitan Museum of Art


Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Page: 425

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Relaying a chronological account of the Metropolitan Museum's collection of pottery, porcelain and faïence, this book reveals the economic, cultural, and social history of diverse cultures through their ceramic and plastic arts. The catalogue has a global reach, covering the Far East, the Near East, and Europe while tracking the medium from its origins in Dynastic China to the elaborate works in the Rococo style. In his account, Pier also points to areas of the museum's ceramics and plastics collection that will continue to develop into a strong collection. At the time of writing, he identified the Museum's European and Near East collections as particularly promising.

Collecting Inspiration Edward C Moore at Tiffany Co

Edward C. Moore Collection, MS Catalogue of Book Collection and Decorative Arts Object Collection, ca. 1886–1907, “Catalogue of Books,” p. 26, no. ... Hollowware Blueprint Collection, “Etching Design for Tea Pot,” pattern no.


Author: Medill Higgins Harvey

Publisher: Metropolitan Museum of Art

ISBN: 9781588396907

Category: Art

Page: 304

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Edward C. Moore (1827–1891) was the creative leader who brought Tiffany & Co. to unparalleled originality and success during the late nineteenth century. A silversmith, designer, and prodigious collector, Moore sought out exceptional objects from around the world, which he then used as inspiration for Tiffany’s innovative silver designs. This informative, richly illustrated volume, the first study of Moore’s life, collection, and influence, presents more than 170 examples from his vast collection, ranging from Greek and Roman glass to Spanish vases, Islamic metalwork, and Japanese textiles. These are juxtaposed with sixty magnificent silver objects created by the designers and artisans at Tiffany who were inspired by Moore’s acquisitions. Included among them are the world-famous Bryant Vase drawing upon Greek examples, a love cup featuring ornate “Saracenic” decoration, and a chocolate pot incorporating novel techniques influenced by Japanese ceramics and lacquerware. The illuminating texts have been enriched by groundbreaking research into contemporary sources such as newspapers and periodicals, the Tiffany & Co. Archives, and a newly identified technical manual and supervisor’s diaries, all of which provide an intimate look at the firm’s design processes and Moore’s role in shaping them. A valuable contribution to the history of American decorative arts, Collecting Inspiration illuminates both the legendary Tiffany aesthetic and the legacy of a significant collector, designer, and entrepreneur of the Gilded Age.

Eighteenth century English Porcelain in the Collection of the Indianapolis Museum of Art

The Worcester auction catalogue of 1769 contains two entries for tea sets in the “ fine old rich mosaick japan pattern ... The cost of a full set decorated with the same design as the one on the teapot cover is suggested by the ...


Author: Indianapolis Museum of Art

Publisher: Indiana University Press

ISBN: 0936260114

Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Page: 280

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"This very thorough catalogue, with excellent footnotes and bibliography, firmly places the subject in its broadest context." --Apollo Covers approximately 95 pieces, representing Chelsea, Bow, Derby, Worcester, Chamberlain-Worcester, Caughley, Longton Hall, Spode, and Hilditch and Sons.

Catalogue of a Collection of Oriental Porcelain and Pottery

dragons in relief under the lip ; archaic designs of a bronze pattern , with rosettes of various colours on a speckled green ground . L. 42 in . 876 . Compare Jacquemart and Le Blant , Pl . v . , fig . 2 . TEAPOT .


Author: Bethnal Green Branch Museum


ISBN: OXFORD:302606766

Category: Porcelain, Asian

Page: 246

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Catalogue of the Very Fine Collection of Works of Art Vertu Formed by the Late Mr Charles Redfern of Warwick

203 A five - light Candelabra , supported by Corinthian pillar , of most elegant design , height 3 feet . An imposing piece of plate 204 A small old fluted Flemish Tea - pot 205 A pair of Sauce Boats , on three legs 206 One small ditto ...


Author: H.T. Cooke and Son


ISBN: BL:A0021680904

Category: Auction catalogs

Page: 124

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Catalogue of the Chinese Imperial Maritime Customs Collection at the United States International Exhibition Philadelphia 1876

4566-4567 Beer Mugs , foreign design . „ 0.50 4568-45692 Tea - pots . ,, 0.60 1.70 4570 Tea - pot with lamp underneath . 1.00 4571-4572 2 Altar Cups . 1.30 4573 Betel Leaf Salver . 4574 Coffee - pot , foreign design .


Author: China. Hai guan zong shui wu si shu


ISBN: BML:37001103830944

Category: Centennial Exhibition

Page: 179

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Catalogue of a Collection of Worcester Porcelain in the Museum at the Royal Porcelain Works

Plates ( 7 inches ) , painted flowers , Chinese design 878. Mustard Pot and Cover , painted sprays of flowers 879. Milk Jug , enamelled blue and gold sprays , gold dontil edge 880. Tea Pot and Cover , Japanese sprays , brown and gold ...


Author: Worcester (England). Royal Porcelain Works. Museum



Category: Pottery

Page: 183

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Catalogue of the Bric a brac

60 TEAPOT , antique Kioto ware , decorated with figures , floral crests , etc. 61 Bowl , Kioto faience , enameled decoration , birds , blossoms , and other designs . 62 TEAPOT , sugar bowl , and creamer , Kioto porcelain , finely ...


Author: Henry Ward Beecher


ISBN: HARVARD:32044020037198

Category: Art

Page: 280

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Schreiber Collection

Catalogue of English Porcelain, Earthenware, Enamels, Re South Kensington Museum ... TEAPOT AND Cover , decorated with panels of diaper pattern of various designs , moulded in relief . H. 54 in . 988. OCTAGONAL TEAPOT AND COVER ...


Author: South Kensington Museum


ISBN: NYPL:33433072173333

Category: Porcelain, English

Page: 241

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Catalogue of a Collection of Paintings by European and American Artists

Design , five - clawed dragons , flowers and children at play . Mark , Eiraku Hozen Konan ni seisu . ( Made by Eiraku Hozen on the south of the lake - i . l . , Lake Biwa . ) ( No. 281. Brinkley Collection . ) ܙ • 124.


Author: Thomas E. Waggaman



Category: Art

Page: 137

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Hand book of a Collection of Chinese Porcelains

Two Teapots ; raised medallions ; decoration chiefly rose and green ; spout and handle , the dog Fo . ... Set : European design ; teapot , cream - jug , sugar - bowl , cups and saucers . ... CATALOGUE OF CHINESE PORCELAINS .


Author: James Albert Garland



Category: Pottery

Page: 56

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