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Hanle & Debler Teapot

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A small, dynamically designed mid-century modern teapot by Hanle and Debler. It's made of pewter. The original wrapped cane strapping on the handle is still intact.  The lid is also a stopper. It fits right down inside the neck and has a hole in it, so it can be turned to either stop or allow the flow of tea.  There is one small indentation on the left side, and it has some wear from age, but it should polish up nicely.

Hanle and Debler of New York, New York was founded in 1933 by Adolph Hanle. Hanle trained near Stuttgart, Germany, and
eventually moved to America. It is marked on the base.

The small size leads me to wonder whether this was used as some sort of traveling teapot, such as on a luxury train. I love the arc of the handle echoed in the pull top. A wonderful design piece, perfect for display or even to use as a personal teapot.

5" x 7" x 4"

Hanle & Debler Teapot

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Materials: pewter, cane strapping
  • Feedback: 273 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from Massachusetts, United States
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