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Fiesta Cobalt Teapot

Wells Antiques

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Fiesta Cobalt Teapot
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Fiesta Cobalt Teapot

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage; 1910-1950
Condition:
Good; gently used, has 2 small chips inside top edge, see photo
Country of Origin:
USA
Materials:
ceramic
Size:
8" W x 6.5" H
Color/Finish:
cobalt blue
Care:
hand-wash

Why We Love This

Medium-sized teapot from Homer Laughlin Company's Fiestaware line, which was introduced in 1936 and designed by Fredrick Rhead. This size came out in 1937, has glossy deep blue or cobalt glazing and concentric bands of rings. Signed: Fiesta HLC USA.
As described by Wells Antiques

About Wells Antiques

For 20 years Scott Wells’s Los Angeles emporium, Wells Tile & Antiques, has remained the premiere source for vintage and antique tiles, art pottery, and garden and landscape antiques. Scott's expertise has earned him a nationwide clientele that includes A-listers from the entertainment and design industries, international design magazines, and esteemed institutions such as the California Heritage Museum and the Tile Heritage Foundation.