< div>7 cup capacity teapot in the Asiatic Pheasant Pattern. Great for your next tea party!
introduced in 1827, Asiatic Pheasant was the most popular pattern of the Victorian era. Its romantic, gentle blue pattern proved more popular than its darker Georgian counterpart, Willow. Asiatic Pheasant took pride of place from the kitchen to the dining table. Beautiful Burleigh Pottery...like owning a piece of 19th Century England. ~ Ann Marie
Beautiful ceramics handmade in England. Everything is made in Burleigh's Victorian Pottery, in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire. Unique English designs since 1851. Burleigh uses the 200 year old decorating process of underglaze transfer pr inting. Famous for their beautiful Blue and White China patterns!