This is another of my favorite pieces. I don't know much about it except it is a waste bowl from 19th century England. I
can't tell much about the mark on the bottom, but I have included a photo for reference.
I'm a bit of a teapot fanatic. This one is from WWII. It is a German army officer's mess hall individual teapot. As always
with militaria, it is quite plain and utilitarian. I have included a photo of the mark on the bottom for reference.
This is one of my rescues. It is a Rookwood teapot from 1905.
I don't know anything about this duck pitcher. I gave $1 for it at an estate sale just because I like it.
This is an R.S. Prussia individual teapot.
This is an English mid-19th century teapot made like a chicken. That's really about all I know about it.
Rambervillers, France. Late 19th-early 20th century. Blue metallic glaze.