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Teapot in the "Queen Charlotte" Pattern

circa 1765-1770

Worcester porcelain factory (Worcestershire, England, 1751 - present)

This teapot is decorated in a pattern derived from Asian porcelain, but it became known as the “Queen Charlotte” pattern, perhaps in honor of the 1788 royal visit to the Worcester factory.

Place object was created: Worcester, England

soft paste porcelain, enamel

Measurements:    height: 5.75 inches    width: 7 inches

Delhom Collection 1964.4A-B

Currently on view at Mint Museum RANDOLPH