1950s Large Price Kensington PK Cottage Ware Teapot
This is a lovely kitsch 1950s Large Price Kensington PK Cottage Ware Teapot, manufactured in Staffordshire, England. It is impressed on the base with ‘Ye Olde Cottage Ware,’ which describes it perfectly as it is the archetypical English cottage with country cottage flowers and thatched roof.
A wonderful collector’s item or statement piece on your afternoon tea tray!
It is in good condition, with no restoration work, cracks, chips or staining. There is a small amount of age related crazing.
The maker’s mark on the base was used by Price Brothers from 1934-1961.
845887 Registered Design, which dates to 1946.
Maximum Approximate Dimensions:
- Base Width: 14.2cm
- Base Depth: 11.4cm
- Height (including lid): 14cm
- Length (Handle to spout): 22cm
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Some Information on Price Bros
Price Bros was an earthenware manufacturer that was established at the Crown Works, Burslem, Staffordshire, England, 1896. After 1903, the company continued as Price Bros (Burslem) Ltd at a different works and changed it’s name again in 1962 to Price and Kensington Potteries Ltd. They are mainly known for their ‘cottage ware’ teapots.