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Summertime Chintz, Teapot, Creamer and Sugar by Royal Winton, Floral Chintz, Pink, Blue, Yellow & Green on Cream, England, 1940s, 1930s.

Summertime Chintz, Teapot, Creamer and Sugar by Royal Winton, Floral Chintz, Pink, Blue, Yellow & Green on Cream, England, 1940s, 1930s.

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$225.00

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Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1940s
  • Materials: Earthenware, pottery, Chintz, gold gild, vintage china
  • Favorited by: 32 people
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"Summertime" Chintz Teapot, Creamer and Sugar by Royal Winton Grimwades.
"Albans" shape teapot.

This is a genuine, original teapot with creamer and sugar bowl set and
not a modern day re-issue, or reproduction.
Made in England.
Creamer and sugar bowl 1930's.
Teapot 1940's.
Earthenware, pottery.

The price of $225 is for all pieces, the teapot, the creamer and sugar bowl.

Royal Winton was the leading producer of this style of chintz decoration.
The company introduced more than 60 chintz patterns
and exported to most Commonwealth countries and the USA.

Winton's world famous chintz patterns are floral designs that are tightly grouped and highly detailed with vibrant colours in all over floral patterns.

"Summertime" was introduced in 1932 and was the most popular and widely produced Winton pattern until production ceased in the 1960’s.

Discontinued in the 1960’s due to the high production costs associated with this style of decorating, Royal Winton chintz is now highly desirable in the antique and vintage markets today.


Condition:
Teapot is in very good, clean condition.
There is one very, small chip under the lip of the spout.
This can be seen in photo 8.
A little dab of pink nail polish and the mini chip would disappear.
No cracks, no crazing.

Creamer and sugar bowl are in excellent condition.
No chips, no cracks, no crazing.
Very clean.

Capacity:
The teapot holds 28 fluid ounces,
Or 3.5 8-ounce cups.
When pouring into teacups it pours 7 teacup servings.
An Aynsley Oban style cup was used to measure teacup servings.

Approximate Dimensions:
Teapot height to tip of finial 5 3/4 inches.
Teapot length tip of spout to edge of handle 9 1/2 inches.
Width of teapot body at widest point 5 inches.

Creamer height 2 7/8 inches.
Creamer length from tip of spout to edge of handle 4 inches.
Width of creamer body at widest point 3 inches.

Sugar bowl height 2 inches.
Sugar bowl width 2 5/8 inches at opening.
Width of sugar bowl at widest point 3 5/8 inches.


General Comments concerning Vintageteaamore pieces:

These are vintage items and therefore previously used.
There may be small imperfections from age or flaws from production.

I try to make my photos as clear as possible.
I carefully examine each piece and describe it as best I can.
Items are packed with ample packaging materials and utmost care,
so that they arrive safely to you.

Shipping:
Shipping to Canada and the USA.
Combined shipping is possible, postal shipping rate will require price adjustment.

For overseas orders "shipping with tracking" must be purchased.
A shipping rate will be provided once the destination is known.
"Summertime" Chintz Teapot, Creamer and Sugar by Royal Winton Grimwades.
"Albans" shape teapot.

This is a genuine, original teapot with creamer and sugar bowl set and
not a modern day re-issue, or reproduction.
Made in England.
Creamer and sugar bowl 1930's.
Teapot 1940's.
Earthenware, pottery.

The price of $225 is for all pieces, the teapot, the creamer and sugar bowl.

Royal Winton was the leading producer of this style of chintz decoration.
The company introduced more than 60 chintz patterns
and exported to most Commonwealth countries and the USA.

Winton's world famous chintz patterns are floral designs that are tightly grouped and highly detailed with vibrant colours in all over floral patterns.

"Summertime" was introduced in 1932 and was the most popular and widely produced Winton pattern until production ceased in the 1960’s.

Discontinued in the 1960’s due to the high production costs associated with this style of decorating, Royal Winton chintz is now highly desirable in the antique and vintage markets today.


Condition:
Teapot is in very good, clean condition.
There is one very, small chip under the lip of the spout.
This can be seen in photo 8.
A little dab of pink nail polish and the mini chip would disappear.
No cracks, no crazing.

Creamer and sugar bowl are in excellent condition.
No chips, no cracks, no crazing.
Very clean.

Capacity:
The teapot holds 28 fluid ounces,
Or 3.5 8-ounce cups.
When pouring into teacups it pours 7 teacup servings.
An Aynsley Oban style cup was used to measure teacup servings.

Approximate Dimensions:
Teapot height to tip of finial 5 3/4 inches.
Teapot length tip of spout to edge of handle 9 1/2 inches.
Width of teapot body at widest point 5 inches.

Creamer height 2 7/8 inches.
Creamer length from tip of spout to edge of handle 4 inches.
Width of creamer body at widest point 3 inches.

Sugar bowl height 2 inches.
Sugar bowl width 2 5/8 inches at opening.
Width of sugar bowl at widest point 3 5/8 inches.


General Comments concerning Vintageteaamore pieces:

These are vintage items and therefore previously used.
There may be small imperfections from age or flaws from production.

I try to make my photos as clear as possible.
I carefully examine each piece and describe it as best I can.
Items are packed with ample packaging materials and utmost care,
so that they arrive safely to you.

Shipping:
Shipping to Canada and the USA.
Combined shipping is possible, postal shipping rate will require price adjustment.

For overseas orders "shipping with tracking" must be purchased.
A shipping rate will be provided once the destination is known.

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