Teapot, herbal

Hilary Lakeman
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Salt-glazed stoneware teapot and lid with curved cane handle. Circular form with short funnel spout. Olive and cream salt-glaze with impressed "tear-drop" decorative band around body of pot. Double strap lugs front and back of centre opening for attachment of varnished cane/bamboo handle - handle attached with cream cane-covered wire. Lid has central knob, steam vent and is glazed yellow inside; slightly roughened under lip - 3 unglazed spots on lip of pot to hold lid. Interior glazed dark yellow-brown; pierced strainer at spout.
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Canterbury Museum, Museum, decorative/herbal tea infusion
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Marks/Inscriptions: HL; Type of mark: Maker's Mark; Method: Incised; Notes: Vertical; on base




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