Antique English Teapot- Lingard style, Late Victorian Era, Blue, Orange, Gold

Antique English Teapot- Lingard style, Late Victorian Era, Blue, Orange, Gold
Antique English Teapot- Lingard style, Late Victorian Era, Blue, Orange, Gold
Antique English Teapot- Lingard style, Late Victorian Era, Blue, Orange, Gold
Antique English Teapot- Lingard style, Late Victorian Era, Blue, Orange, Gold
Antique English Teapot- Lingard style, Late Victorian Era, Blue, Orange, Gold
Antique English Teapot- Lingard style, Late Victorian Era, Blue, Orange, Gold
Antique English Teapot- Lingard style, Late Victorian Era, Blue, Orange, Gold
Antique English Teapot- Lingard style, Late Victorian Era, Blue, Orange, Gold
Antique English Teapot- Lingard style, Late Victorian Era, Blue, Orange, Gold
Antique English Teapot- Lingard style, Late Victorian Era, Blue, Orange, Gold
Antique English Teapot- Lingard style, Late Victorian Era, Blue, Orange, Gold
Antique English Teapot- Lingard style, Late Victorian Era, Blue, Orange, Gold
Antique English Teapot- Lingard style, Late Victorian Era, Blue, Orange, Gold
Antique English Teapot- Lingard style, Late Victorian Era, Blue, Orange, Gold
Antique English Teapot- Lingard style, Late Victorian Era, Blue, Orange, Gold
Antique English Teapot- Lingard style, Late Victorian Era, Blue, Orange, Gold

Antique English Teapot- Lingard style, Late Victorian Era, Blue, Orange, Gold
It has an Imari pattern design, based on Japanese style. According to my research, it’s from 1900, made in the United Kingdom. It features a deep cobalt blue base color, with cream, orange, and gold accents. It is hexagon in shape. It is in the style of many other Lingard teapots, however it is unsigned. The teapot comes with the lid, which is also hexagon in shape, cream colored, and has a small vent hole. The has one small chip on the underside of the mouth of the spout, but is otherwise in perfect condition.
Antique English Teapot- Lingard style, Late Victorian Era, Blue, Orange, Gold