Something delightful for Art Deco lovers and Automobilia and tea pot collectors. A lovely Sadler & Son Art Deco streamline racing car tea pot in Ivory base glaze with platinum lustre accents. James Sadler & Sons Ltd was a British pottery manufacturer based in Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent, established in 1882 by James Sadler the pottery operated until 2000 when it ceased production and the rights to the company’s name and designs were purchased under Churchill China. The company is perhaps most famous for its range of novelty-shaped teapots produced from the 1930s onwards. The first batch of racing car teapots, produced up until 1939, are all marked ‘Made In England’ along with the design registration number ‘820236’, produced in a number of colours, including green, yellow, ivory, black, blue, grey, pink, and maroon. These early teapots also featured parts of both the car and its driver finished in a platinum lustre which looks like chrome plate, and feature the famous licence plate ‘OKT42’. Please carefully study our high resolution images for condition. Fine crazing to the glaze is quite normal for these pieces. Some wear to platinum detailing on right hand side and rear number plate and left hand side of helmet. Length - 22cm Width - 11cm Height - 10.5cm Snap up this lovely example for £95.00 delivered to zone 1 U.K. Addresses. For postage costs to addresses outside U.K. zone 1 and overseas postage please enquire prior to placing your order thank you.
Sadler Art Deco Racing Car Teapot in Ivory glaze with platinum lustre accents.