This is a very beautifully handpainted floral designed and fine piece of earthenware from the early 1900's. The bottom of the teapot is marked Albaney & Harvey Potteries, Burlslem, Made in England, Silvoe Artware, G & S Ltd. T are some other markings on the bottom which are hard to determine but appear to be numbers. It is finely detailed and handpainted with green leaves, pink and white flowers on a blue and white painted background. Silver trim. The handle and the spout are silver in color and so is the lid of the teapot. It is approximately 9 inches when measure the tip of the handle to the tip of the spout. The teapot is about 6 inches in height approximately.

The overall condition is of this piece is good

Note the reference to Albany and Harvey , which were two of the pottery factories operated by Gibson.


with no chips. This is a great item for the collector or as an unusual gift. Whether you collect teapots or just want a showpiece for decor, this is quite a find.

Note, is a little history I was able to find about the company. History about the company. The company was Gibson & Sons Ltd of Burslem and started manufacturing in 1885 from what I have been able to find out. They were an earthenware manufacturer of dinner and tea wares but particularly known
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