Vintage Gibsons Staffordshire, England off-white teapot with the design of roses on the sides. The flowers are done in brown with blue, yellow and green colors also in the mix. One side has the flowers in a large sized bouquet, and the other side has a smaller cluster. All around the top edge, on the handle and on the spout are decorative gold accents. This is a smaller sized teapot and probably for individual use. Holds about 2 cups comfortably.
The knob on the pointed lid, the spout and handle have gold accent trim that is in good shape for this circa mid century little teapot.
Measures 4 1/2” high with the lid on. With the lid off, the teapot is 3 12" high. It is about 7” wide from spout to handle.
The bottom has a stamp in black that says Gibsons Staffordshire England A Taunvon Vale Company. Embossed on the bottom all around the stamp is MADE IN ENGLAND HECTOR GIBSONS.
The teapot comes in nice vintage condition without any chips or cracks. The gold accent trim is in very nice shape overall - see photos for detail.
Gibsons was founded in 1875 by Samuel Gibson in Staffordhire, England. Gibsons earthenware teapots were produced until 1965 when the factory was relocated from Burslem to Shelton.
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