Fabulous Antique Flow Blue Argyle TeapotIt's hard to get any better than this...an original late nineteenth century flow blue (with gold trim) teapot manufactured by W. H. Grindley. This would be a showpiece in any flow blue collection, but it is a must-have centerpiece for Argyle collectors. I am selling this teapot because I have two Argyle teapots, and the reserve on this one is little more than half what I paid for my first one. Approximate measurements are 7 1/2" tall with lid, 6 1/2" tall without lid, 8 1/4" from handle to spout, 5 1/4" deep. Condition is lovely. I find no chips, cracks, or repairs and if t is crazing, it must be microscopic. The glaze is lustrous and without scratches as seen with the naked eye, the blue is deep cobalt & flowed, & the gold trim is better than in most Argyle pieces I've seen. In the photos, you will see a couple of dots of color on the white part of the teapot that were done in the manufacturing process and are under the glaze. Typical roughness on the bottom of the little feet are normal & expected. Bid with confidence; I don't think you will be disappointed with this gem. Please see photos as part of this description & ask all questions before bidding. Buyer pays shipping calculated by zip code. Insurance is required. This item is being sold as found. Seller's Policy: The winning bidder pays shipping (Priority Mail or UPS) & insurance. Items are wrapped carefully and double boxed when needed. Multiple items will be shipped together to save on shipping costs whenever possible. ANY ITEM OVER 8 pounds REQUIRES A PHYSICAL ADDRESS as we may have to ship via UPS or FED EX. Description & Condition Policy: Please understand that all information pertaining to age, condition, origin, size, etc. are approximations. Any items sold on eBay that are antiques will show some signs of wear and/or imperfection, but we do our best to state any and all damage and excessive wear, which will be noted in the description. Please look at all the photos and ask any and all questions before bidding and the end of the auction. Payment Policy: Payment by Paypal or Money Order guarantees shipment between 24 hours to 48 hours after close of auction. For Cashier's Checks, please allow ten (10) days for check to clear our bank. Payment must be made within seven (7) days of the auction's completion. Seller reserves the right to refuse selling to users who have negative feedback. We enforce the "Non-Paying Bidder" policy in conjunction with eBay. Purchases made from Texas will be charged sales tax on all purchases unless you have a valid Tax resale number. T is no chip at the end of the spout. Either the gold was misapplied or has worn in that small area. Please email for close-up photos of that area. Thanks!