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Vintage Mid Century Ellgreave England Wood & Sons Pink Flowers with Green Leaves and Gold Trim On White Teapot

Vintage Mid Century Ellgreave England Wood & Sons Pink Flowers with Green Leaves and Gold Trim On White Teapot

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Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Materials: Gold Paint, Green Paint, Pink Paint, Ironstone Pottery
  • Favorited by: 10 people
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Welcome to view our listing of this Vintage Mid Century Ellgreave England Wood & Sons Pink Flowers with Green Leaves and Gold Trim On White Teapot!

This teapot is decorated in dainty pink flowers with green leaves and a gold gilt paint trim outlining the teapot borders on the lid, neck, handle, base, and all over numerous areas. This teapot measures 3" in height by 7" in width across from the tip of the spout neck to the end of the handle and 3-5/8 in diameter at the bottom base. It has a goose-neck style spout and a ruffled Victorian style look to it! It is in good vintage condition and has no chips, cracks, breaks, or repairs with the exception of a tiny area where the pink paint rubbed off of a small section of the flower. There are a total of seven strainer holes inside the spout and one hole to release the steam on the lid of the teapot. the words Ellgreave England is embossed on the bottom underside of the teapot base with a painted gold 681.

Wood & Sons was was founded in 1865 by Thomas Francis Wood who was a fifth generation line to Moses Wood. Moses had two brothers Ralph and Aaron. The three brothers laid the foundation of the Woods dynasty. Thomas would go on to become the Mayor of Burslem England and grow the Wood and Sons Pottery company into one of the largest company in the area. Thomas's son Harry Francis Wood had joined the pottery company in 1889 and became the Chairman. He continued the expanding growth of the company for over forty years.

The pottery company expanded to include Trent, Alexandria, and Wharf in the 20th century era and was later ran under the name of H.J. Wood. Thomas's brother Henry J. Wood owned the Wharf pottery and ran it as a separate company up until the early 1930's. The Ellgreave Pottery was fully absorbed into Wood and Sons, the name Ellgreave finally disappearing in 1978. Ellgreave Wood & Sons, Ltd. produced tableware and Toby jugs pottery from 1921 to 1978 under the name of Ellgreave Pottery in Burslem England. the Woods dynasty would survive over 200 years.

This Ellgreave England teapot would be a beautiful addition to teatime with the ladies for brunch!

We hope you have enjoyed shopping with us and please feel free to browse our other items in our store! We add numerous items on a daily basis!!

Tims Secret Treasures
220 McKean Avenue,
Charleroi, Pa. 15022
Welcome to view our listing of this Vintage Mid Century Ellgreave England Wood & Sons Pink Flowers with Green Leaves and Gold Trim On White Teapot!

This teapot is decorated in dainty pink flowers with green leaves and a gold gilt paint trim outlining the teapot borders on the lid, neck, handle, base, and all over numerous areas. This teapot measures 3" in height by 7" in width across from the tip of the spout neck to the end of the handle and 3-5/8 in diameter at the bottom base. It has a goose-neck style spout and a ruffled Victorian style look to it! It is in good vintage condition and has no chips, cracks, breaks, or repairs with the exception of a tiny area where the pink paint rubbed off of a small section of the flower. There are a total of seven strainer holes inside the spout and one hole to release the steam on the lid of the teapot. the words Ellgreave England is embossed on the bottom underside of the teapot base with a painted gold 681.

Wood & Sons was was founded in 1865 by Thomas Francis Wood who was a fifth generation line to Moses Wood. Moses had two brothers Ralph and Aaron. The three brothers laid the foundation of the Woods dynasty. Thomas would go on to become the Mayor of Burslem England and grow the Wood and Sons Pottery company into one of the largest company in the area. Thomas's son Harry Francis Wood had joined the pottery company in 1889 and became the Chairman. He continued the expanding growth of the company for over forty years.

The pottery company expanded to include Trent, Alexandria, and Wharf in the 20th century era and was later ran under the name of H.J. Wood. Thomas's brother Henry J. Wood owned the Wharf pottery and ran it as a separate company up until the early 1930's. The Ellgreave Pottery was fully absorbed into Wood and Sons, the name Ellgreave finally disappearing in 1978. Ellgreave Wood & Sons, Ltd. produced tableware and Toby jugs pottery from 1921 to 1978 under the name of Ellgreave Pottery in Burslem England. the Woods dynasty would survive over 200 years.

This Ellgreave England teapot would be a beautiful addition to teatime with the ladies for brunch!

We hope you have enjoyed shopping with us and please feel free to browse our other items in our store! We add numerous items on a daily basis!!

Tims Secret Treasures
220 McKean Avenue,
Charleroi, Pa. 15022

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