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Art Deco Teapots
Racing Teapots Ltd was formed around some of the finest potters and decorators in Stoke-on-Trent, the heart of the pottery district in England. Using the original moulds their commitment is to bring the past back to life. They use the same work methods and materials used when the moulds were first created-even down to tracing the original glaze manufacturer so they could successfully recreate all the correct colourways. Every Racing Teapot is hand made and hand decorated, and carries the Racing Teapot stamp underneath. Their team of decorators, led by a former Royal Doulton artist, artfully apply the valuable, silver-based platinum lustre, just as it was done in the heyday of the Art Deco period. The only thing that has changed is that the standard of finish today is much higher than when these teapots were first made in the 1920s and 30s.Their high standards have been recognised by many of the world's leading museums who now stock their teapots. These are superb pieces that we are pleased to offer you.

Airship$120.00

Airship
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This sleek Airship Teapot is cast from the original Art Deco mould that was first made in the 1920s to commemorate the long distance journeys of the Zeppelins. Production ceased in 1930 (following the crash of the British airship, R101). This teapot is finished in the original white glaze, and is highlighted in platinum lustre, which is applied by hand by skilled decorators.
Approx dimensions:11 x 3.5 in. x 4 in  

Titanic$98.00

Titanic
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The Titanic is probably the most famous ocean liner of all time, having sunk on her maiden voyage in 1912. This commemorative teapot is cast from the original Art Deco moulds and was first made in 1937, but never put into production. The Titanic's hull is finished in the original black glaze, with her distinctive four funnels, and is highlighted in platinum lustre, which is applied by hand by skilled decorators.
Approx dimensions: 10.00 in x 4.0 x 5.5 in  

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