Brameld

Antique Brameld Mortlocks Cadogan Rockingham glazed pottery teapot circa 1830 Rockingham Glazed Chinese Inspired 10 cm H 14.2 cm L 6.8 cm D 228 g

Antique Brameld Mortlocks Cadogan Rockingham glazed earthenware pottery wine ewer or teapot circa 1830 manganese purple-brown Rockingham Glazed Chinese Inspired 10 cm H 14.2 cm L 6.8 cm D 228 g
Antique Brameld Mortlocks Cadogan Rockingham glazed earthenware pottery wine ewer or teapot circa 1830 manganese purple-brown Rockingham Glazed Chinese Inspired 10 cm H 14.2 cm L 6.8 cm D 228 g
Antique Brameld Mortlocks Cadogan Rockingham glazed earthenware pottery wine ewer or teapot circa 1830 manganese purple-brown Rockingham Glazed Chinese Inspired 10 cm H 14.2 cm L 6.8 cm D 228 g
Antique Brameld Mortlocks Cadogan Rockingham glazed earthenware pottery wine ewer or teapot circa 1830 manganese purple-brown Rockingham Glazed Chinese Inspired 10 cm H 14.2 cm L 6.8 cm D 228 g
Antique Brameld Mortlocks Cadogan Rockingham glazed earthenware pottery wine ewer or teapot circa 1830 manganese purple-brown Rockingham Glazed Chinese Inspired 10 cm H 14.2 cm L 6.8 cm D 228 g
Antique Brameld Mortlocks Cadogan Rockingham glazed earthenware pottery wine ewer or teapot circa 1830 manganese purple-brown Rockingham Glazed Chinese Inspired 10 cm H 14.2 cm L 6.8 cm D 228 g
Antique Brameld Mortlocks Cadogan Rockingham glazed earthenware pottery wine ewer or teapot circa 1830 manganese purple-brown Rockingham Glazed Chinese Inspired 10 cm H 14.2 cm L 6.8 cm D 228 g
Antique Brameld Mortlocks Cadogan Rockingham glazed earthenware pottery wine ewer or teapot circa 1830 manganese purple-brown Rockingham Glazed Chinese Inspired 10 cm H 14.2 cm L 6.8 cm D 228 g
Antique Brameld Mortlocks Cadogan Rockingham glazed earthenware pottery wine ewer or teapot circa 1830 manganese purple-brown Rockingham Glazed Chinese Inspired 10 cm H 14.2 cm L 6.8 cm D 228 g
Antique Brameld Mortlocks Cadogan Rockingham glazed earthenware pottery wine ewer or teapot circa 1830 manganese purple-brown Rockingham Glazed Chinese Inspired 10 cm H 14.2 cm L 6.8 cm D 228 g
Antique Brameld Mortlocks Cadogan Rockingham glazed earthenware pottery wine ewer or teapot circa 1830 manganese purple-brown Rockingham Glazed Chinese Inspired 10 cm H 14.2 cm L 6.8 cm D 228 g
Antique Brameld Mortlocks Cadogan Rockingham glazed earthenware pottery wine ewer or teapot circa 1830 manganese purple-brown Rockingham Glazed Chinese Inspired 10 cm H 14.2 cm L 6.8 cm D 228 g
Antique Brameld Mortlocks Cadogan Rockingham glazed earthenware pottery wine ewer or teapot circa 1830 manganese purple-brown Rockingham Glazed Chinese Inspired 10 cm H 14.2 cm L 6.8 cm D 228 g
Antique Brameld Mortlocks Cadogan Rockingham glazed earthenware pottery wine ewer or teapot circa 1830 manganese purple-brown Rockingham Glazed Chinese Inspired 10 cm H 14.2 cm L 6.8 cm D 228 g
Brameld

Antique Brameld Mortlocks Cadogan Rockingham glazed pottery teapot circa 1830 Rockingham Glazed Chinese Inspired 10 cm H 14.2 cm L 6.8 cm D 228 g

An antique Regency to late Georgian period Brameld Rockingham glazed small 1/4 pint Cadogan hot water pot or wine ewer sometimes referred to as a teapot. It is made as a copy of a Chinese original wine-pot in the collection of the Earl of Cadogan. This beautiful decorative antique pot is decorated with applied flowers leaves stems and peach fruits. It was made in the early 19th century circa 1830. 

This small sized Cadogan teapot, brown glazed earthenware standing on a spreading oval waisted foot, the body oviform ( or peach shaped) with curving sides and rounded top, plain curving spout, plain high loop handle, the upper body of the pot moulded with applied plum leaves, blossom and fruit with stems that curl around the spout and handle. See a similar item in the Victoria and Albert Museum (Ref.1).

This pot has no lid and is filled from a hole in the base, which has an internal pipe that runs to near the top internally, so that when the pot is turned upright the liquid inside does not come out, it can only come out from the spout. This lead glazed earthenware teapot was made in the factory of Brameld & Co., Rockingham Works, Swinton, Yorkshire, England around 1810 - 1830. The base is impress marked Mortlocks Cadogan, a rare to find mark. 

Mortlocks was an influential and successful china retailer of Oxford street, Orchard street and Portman Square in London, reputedly established in 1746. They retailed a number of pottery manufacturers wares and were that influential they were able to get the potters to brand the wares with the retailers name and not the name of the actual manufacturer.

This is a very decorative and collectable piece of antique earthenware dating from the early 19th century circa 1830 - in the late Georgian period. Very suitable for a collector of Yorkshire pottery, Rockingham glazes, northern ceramics, teapots, wine ewers or Chinese inspired antique earthenware.

The teapot is in good antique condition , the handle has been broken and glued. There are a couple of small disguised chips to the lip of the spout, commensurate with the age and use. No cracks nor other restoration.  Please see the images. 

The size of this particular pot makes us think it was possibly a child's toy or nursery pot a smaller version of the one owned by their mother perhaps? We have a similar but much larger Brameld Cadogan also available as illustrated in the last image.

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Height 4 inch ( 10 cm)
Length 5 5/8 inches (14.2 cm)
Width  2 11/16 inches (6.8 cm)
Capacity 1/4 pint (150 ml)
Weight 228 grammes unpacked

References:

1. Victoria and Albert Museum item 3172-1901  for a similarly decorated Cadogan pot.

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