Vintage 5 piece redware set of a teapot, creamer and sugar that is a perfect Shabby Chic piece with it's mid century age, chippy paint on a very dark brown, almost black background. The pot has a lid as does the sugar bowl.
The design on the front has fruit with some fruit hand painted in red, yellow, green, and blue paint that has chipped off here and there. The back has three green leaves, also delightfully chippy. The lid has a knob with a great arrow (air flow) shape. The base of this teapot has some horizontal rounded ribs. There are three small pedestal feet on its bottom side.
There is a coiled wire metal handle on the top that.
Teapot is circa 1940s - 1950s and most likely made in Japan when redware pottery was popular after WWII.
This country cottage retro redware teapot is in nice vintage condition with no cracks. There are chips on the spout and under the lid showing the redware pottery. Some wear to the paint as would be expected an earthenware item of this age. Rust on the metal handle.
Teapot - 6" across from tip of spout to other side. It is 4 1/2" high with the lid on.
Creamer - 4" across from tip of spout to end of handle. It is 2 1/5" high.
Sugar Bowl - 5" across from end of handle to end of other handle. It is 3" high with the lid on.
The set is in nice vintage condition with no chips or cracks. Light wear commensurate with vintage age - see photos for detail.
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