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Teapot and cover
  • Teapot and cover
    Greatbatch, William, born 1735 - died 1813
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Teapot and cover

  • Place of origin:

    Etruria (made)

  • Date:

    ca. 1770-1780 (made)

  • Artist/Maker:

    Greatbatch, William, born 1735 - died 1813 (printer)
    Josiah Wedgwood and Sons (maker)

  • Materials and Techniques:

    Lead-glazed earthenware and transfer-printed with enamels

  • Credit Line:

    Transferred from the Museum of Practical Geology, Jermyn Street

  • Museum number:

    2283&A-1901

  • Gallery location:

    Ceramics, Room 138, The Harry and Carol Djanogly Gallery, case I, shelf 4 []

Physical description

Teapot and cover of lead-glazed earthenware and transfer-printed with enamels.

Place of Origin

Etruria (made)

Date

ca. 1770-1780 (made)

Artist/maker

Greatbatch, William, born 1735 - died 1813 (printer)
Josiah Wedgwood and Sons (maker)

Materials and Techniques

Lead-glazed earthenware and transfer-printed with enamels

Dimensions

Height: 14.3 cm, Diameter: 13.3 cm

Descriptive line

Teapot and cover, lead-glazed earthenware transfer-printed with 'Aurora' by printer William Greatbatch, made at the factory of Josiah Wedgwood, Etruria, ca. 1770-1780.

Labels and date

Teapot
Made at the factory of Josiah Wedgwood, Etruria, Staffordshire, about 1770-80
Lead-glazed earthenware, transfer printed with 'Aurora' from a design by William Greatbatch.

2283 & A-1901 Jermyn Street Collection [23/05/2008]

Materials

Lead glaze; Earthenware

Techniques

Transfer-printed

Subjects depicted

Cherubs; Clouds; Foliated; Winged horse

Categories

Ceramics; Earthenware

Collection

Ceramics Collection

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