Vintage HOT teapot that was made by the Porcelier Company in an Art Deco style that is white with black letter shapes that spell out HOT in a font with what is sometimes referred to as Chinese letters. NOTE: The lid of this teapot may not the original - it has the same size but is a slightly different color.
The Porcelier Manufacturing Co. of East Liverpool, Ohio and South Greenberg, Pa. was in business from approximately 1927 until 1954. They made a verity of vitreous china items which are now quite collectible.
The teapot is white and has a black line on the handle in addition to the black letter/shapes on the o e side.
The body of the teapot is very rounded and the handle has a curved top where it connects to the body of the teapot. The handle has a curled shape with a distinct curl where it attaches to the body of the pot itself.
Measures 9“ across from tip of spout to end of the handle and is about 7" high with the lid on. The pot section alone with no lid on is about 6" high.
This retro teapot holds 6 cups.
The bottom of has the following stamped on it in a cursive font “Porcelier Trade Mark Vitreous China".
There are no chips on this unique Art Deco Era teapot. There is a hairline crack near the base of the handle - see the 2 photos of the inside and outside of this piece. The dark lettering or design on the front is in nice vintage condition with some light wear but still pretty bold.
Due to the cracking and the non-matching replacement lid, the item would be most appropriate for a display piece. The item’s price reflects condition.
The lid does not appear to be the original as it is a slightly different color.
There is also light wear here and there commensurate with vintage age of circa 1920s - see all photos for detail.
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