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Coalport 'John Rose' Teapot Decorated in 'New Hall' Style  with Flower Decoration and Pink Diaper Borders, c1805



An attractive Coalport 'John Rose' teapot in the style of New Hall, c1805. Decorated with the New Hall style of flower bouquets in pink, orange and green and having a pink 'diaper' style border.

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John Rose had been an apprentice to Thomas Turner at the Caughley factory until aged 21 when he set up his own manufacturing company with Edward Blakeway at Jackfields around 1793. By 1796 they had set up a works across the other side of the River Severn at Coalport, from where this delightful teapot originated.

The smooth ovoid body of this teapot is charmingly decorated with hand painted flower bouquets and sprigs in pink, orange and green enamels, mush in the style of New Hall pieces of this period.


On each side of the teapot there is a central main flower bouquet around which are four lesser flower sprigs of different kinds.


Around the shoulder of the teapot and rim of the cover is a decorative pink 'diaper' style border, again much in the style of New Hall.


The elegant spout is half reeded to the lower portion and has pink decoration to the end and tip of the spout.


The open loop handle has an inward pointing spur to the lower portion and applied pink foliate decoration to the back edge of the handle.


The oval cover has the same elegant decoration as the teapot, with four floral sprigs and the rich pink border.



There is a faceted moulded mushroom style finial to the cover, this having radial pink lines applied.


This is a charming Coalport 'John Rose' Teapot decorated in 'New Hall' style  with Flower Decoration and Pink Diaper Borders, c1805

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Size and Weight: (values are approximate)

  • 6" (180mm) height of the teapot to the tip of the cover finial.
  • 9" (247mm) length of the teapot from the tip of the spout to the back edge of the handle.
  • 1lb 6oz (624gms) weight of the teapot and cover.


There are no manufacturer's marks on this teapot and cover, but it is from the Coalport factory, c1805.


This very pretty Coalport teapot  is in fairly good condition for a display item, but it does have some imperfections as follows:

The finial has been reattached, a fine line can be seen round the base of the finial.

There is a tight stress crack to the base of the handle

Very fine stress cracks to the body of the teapot, these again are tight cracks.

Despite these imperfections this is a very decorative display Coalport teapot, c1805.

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