1st item: English hard paste porcelain teapot in the so-called "silver shape," polychrome floral spray design and urn shaped finial. 6"H x 9" x 4". English, possibly New Hall, late 18th century. 2nd item: Pearlware teapot with swan finial, octagonal shape with pink floral decoration and raised feather design to spout and base. Probably Liverpool, circa 1750, possibly Hanley. 7"H x 10"L x 5"D. Tag on base says Bristol Ware. 3rd item: Round creamware teapot with polychrome floral decoration and loop design to rim and lid, molded ribbed design at spout and handle, approx. 6"H. English, probably Leeds, circa 1770. Provenance: the estate of Margaret Wemyss Connor, Nashville, Tennessee. Condition: 1st item: very good condition. 2nd item: Blacklight shows repairs to finial and possible re-gluing. 3rd item: 1-1/2" hairline from tip rim, repaired lid.
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