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This teapot dates from about 1810 and may be Sunderland. It seems to be soft-paste porcelain. Definitely English. It has no mark on it.

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This is one of my favorite pieces. I have been given a rough date of about 1820 on this little blue lustre creamer. It is marked on the bottom, but I don't know what the mark means. I have included a photo of the bottom for reference.

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I gave $1 for this teapot at an estate sale. The auctioneer called it an "old creamer". I think it is a pretty early teapot myself. Probably English. Again I have included a photo of the mark on the bottom for reference.

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Although it looks oriental, this plate is German. It's Royal Rudolstadt.

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