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1920s Hand-Painted French Teapot
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COLOR green/white/multi
CONDITION Very Good; some scuffs, wear, nicks and chips
DIMENSIONS 12" L x 8" W x 12" H
ERA Vintage
MADE IN France
MADE OF metal/porcelain
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Oct 03 - Oct 08
RETURNS This item is non-returnable. You may cancel your order within 24 hours of purchase. See our Return Policy for details.
Mike Seratt of The Prized Pig, based in Southern California, offers an eclectic, engaging and whimsical blend of vintage and antique pieces. The collection includes interesting —and often amusing — found objects, decorator accents and curiosities, all with a distinct charm. Mike searches continuously for elusive, one-of-a-kind items, and travels throughout the United States and Europe to make them available on One Kings Lane.
Why we love this
1920s French hand-painted enameled graniteware teapot. No maker's mark. For decorative use only. Some scuffs, wear, nicks and chips.
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