Cadogan teapots were brought back to England around 1820 by Lord and Lady Cadogan after visiting the Far East.”
Also known as lidless teapots or Chinese wine pots, they are filled from the bottom. Pour brewed tea or hot water into the funnel in the bottom of the teapot and invert. Liquid won’t leak out, because air traps it above the interior opening.
See these links for more detail about how Cadogan teapots work:
Paul Fricker is based in Buckingham, England, UK. He sells his wares under the name Buckingham Pottery.
Local pick up available at our shop in Bloomington, MN.
- Taupeish brown and cream body
- Signed † Buckingham 1984.
- Cross on base of handle too.
- Height: 6⅜"
- Width: 8⅛"
- Depth: 5¾"
- Height: 3"
- Width: 2⅞"
Measurements are approximate.
- 1 quart/1 liter
- VGUC (Very good used condition)
- No chips, cracks, or repairs. Some crazing on the spout (inside and outside) of the teapot. One spot on one of the cups looks like a flake. But, it is a flaw in the glaze.
Comes from a non-smoking environment.