Tea service

  • Museum number


  • Description

    Oval shaped tea pot, cover and stand, milk jug, slop basin, sucrier and cover and two cups and saucers. All straight fluted shapes with a narrow underglaze blue border and gilded with interwoven ferns. The new oval shaped tea wares of the early 1800's held far more tea than earlier shapes. As tea prices dropped and consumption increased, larger and larger teapots and tea cups were made.

  • Date made


  • Material

    Bone china

  • Factory mark

    Grainger & Co Worcester

  • Mark type

    Hand written script

  • Pattern number


  • Shape name

    New oval

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