A WEDGWOOD CANEWARE BAMBOO-MOLDED TEAPOT AND COVER CIRCA 1780
of pentangular form modeled in the form of tied lengths of bamboo, the cover with a finial formed of a coiled stem of bamboo, the interior glazed, impressed lower case Wedgwood mark.
Height 4⅞ in.
Restored chip to the lower tip of the spout and a small restored chip the bottom edge on one side.
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The Hammond Museum, 1984, bearing labels