CHELSEA PORCELAIN FACTORY, London (manufacturer)<br/>
<em>Teapot</em> (c. 1759-1769) <!-- (full view) --><br />

porcelain (soft-paste)<br />
(a-b) 12.6 x 19.2 x 10.9 cm (overall)<br />
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne<br />
Anonymous Bequest, 1980<br />
D40.a-b-1980<br />


Join NGV curators, Amanda Dunsmore and Kate Ryan, for an in-conversation presentation as they explore the history and social etiquette of drinking tea in the eighteenth century.

Discover the NGV’s rich collection of tea wares from England and the Continent that illustrate the social importance of this golden elixir during the period.

Kay&Burton JBWere Monista Tea Yering Wedgwood Flowers Vasette Dann Minimax