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Vintage brown teapot with hand painted rooster. Japan Tea pot is a mini and dates to 1950s - 1960s. Shabby chic decor with rooster on one side and some little painted cherries and leaves on the back. Rustic home decor with a metal wire handle which has some rust. It resembles a squattie little tea kettle. It is made of red clay with a brown glaze. The mini teapot has three little feet on the bottom.

Condition: It is in good vintage condition (no chips or cracks). The wire handle has some rust. The painted rooster is missing some paint. The inside is clean and glazed. The lid has a little locking tab on one side.
Dimensions: It is 4 ¼” tall, 5” wide

Mid Century
Vintage Kitchen

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Vintage Brown Teapot Hand painted Rooster Japan Tea Pot Mini 1960s Shabby Chic