Staffordshire Solid Blue Jasper Teapot and Cover, England, c. 1780, attributed to Wedgwood, molded body with foliate decoration to scrolled handle and spout, the body with scrolled foliate framed cartouches and a barley-like ground, inscribed under the base "The first mold teapot made in the Potteries", handle to spout lg. 7 7/8 in.
Cover: Broken and restored; Pot: Slight chips to inner rim; Restored to chip at spout lip, spout at terminal and handle at join.
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