Wow what a find. Presented in indeed a rare piece of EARLY WEDGWOOD JASPER WARE. Wedgwood developed the process of Jasper ware dip in the late 1700's, and is known as the top producer of fine jasper ware. This teapot is marked with just Wedgwood indicating it was made prior to 1891, the incised L or I mark further indicates it was made in the early 1880's. The miniature teapot is 4" from the end of the spout to the end of the handle and is 2 1/2" to the top of the finial. The teapot is in exceptional condition with no cracks, chips or repairs, the bas relief classical figures are also in excellent condition.
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