$195 · Antique Royal Doulton Gleaners Teapot
This antique Royal Doulton Gleaners teapot features peasants gleaning a field of stray grains of wheat after the harvest. Royal Doulton produced 26 scenes (14 pattern numbers) of The Gleaners series depicting English rural life in a variety of tableware patterns from plates, jugs and vases to teapots. The pattern was introduced in 1909 with it's own back stamp and was in production until 1940. This rare teapot has the pattern number D3191 and has the first pattern stamp issued in 1909. The image on the front showcases a woman with a child clinging to her skirt. Behind her is another small boy balancing corn on his shoulder. On the other side is an image of two women pulling a bundle of wheat on a rope. It's a typical 19th century scene of poor, itinerant workers in rural England and is a popular collectible item for china and Royal Doulton enthusiasts alike.
Height: 5″ (13 cm)
Width: 8″ (20 cm) from spout to handle
Condition: The teapot is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or stains. Just minor crazing which is not uncommon for an item of this age.
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|Posted||September 26, 2016|
|Renewed||December 29, 2016|
|Expiry||January 28, 2017|