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I love the shape of this piece - it looks like the kind of tea-pot you might have found on a Habitat table in a 70s kitchen, next to a chicken brick and a well-thumbed Jane Grigson. Functional but also stylish in a Conran-ish way.

It was made by Henry Watson's Potteries under the name Wattisfield Ware (the Suffolk village where Watson's was based) - a pottery that was established in the 19th century due to its proximity to ancient Roman clay pits (apparently), and which is best known for its slipware.

The teapot stands 15.5 cm high and measures 18 cm x 11.5 cm. It weighs 770 g. It's in very good condition apart from a small chip on its handle (see photo).

Vintage Mid Century 1970s Wattisfield Ware Suffolk Mottled Brown Teapot


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  • Vintage item from the 1970s
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