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The Sadler Teapot was believed to be placed in a store to advertise their line of fine teapots and is a collector's dream.

The total height of the teapot with the lid on is 12 1/4" tall.

The teapot without the lid stands 8" tall.

The total height of the lid is 5" with a 3/4" that extends into the tea pot.

The circumference at the widest part of the body is 25 1/4".

The top opening is 3 3/4" in diameter.

The bottom has raised lettering saying "Sadler England". Then in black is glazed "SADLER ENGLAND". There is a gold handwritten number that is either c 5 or e 5.

The handle, spout, and rim are glazed with wide gold trim. There is no crazing.

The body of the teapot has an overall flowered pattern in deep pinks, blues and yellows and green leaves.

The tea pot has never been used.