EXTREMELY RARE Apple Form Wadsworth Tower Connecticut Teapot Seashells Historical Blue Staffordshire ZAM-560
Extremely rare form. Only one known to our knowledge. Wadsworth Tower historical blue Staffordshire rare apple form teapot. This was made be Enoch Wood and Sons with the amazing seashell border. According to Ellouise Baker Larsen in her American Historical Views on Staffordshire China on page 11, "In 1810 Daniel Wadsworth build on top of Talcott Mountain, in the town of Avon Connecticut, a hexagonal tower 55 feet high. The tower commanded a fine view of the Connecticut River Valley and was a popular resort for sight-seers. Blown down in 1840." This teapot depicts a boat in the foreground and the tower in the background, is circa 1825 and does have a small chip on it. Please inquire for full condition report.