This Duke of Gloucester Porcelain Teapot features one of the most elegant patterns we have ever interpreted from our collections, Duke of Gloucester. This fine porcelainware from Mottahedeh will make you feel like a benevolent monarch, and your guests, like visiting royalty. Add matching pieces to complete your tea service, or mix and match with other patterns to blend traditional and modern elements for an updated look.
Need more place settings or serving pieces than what we have in stock online? Contact us to inquire about additional Duke of Gloucester pieces at our stores. Special orders are also available through Brick & Vine store in Merchants Square. We ship anywhere in the continental United States.
- Hand-painted 18th-century rococo design with 19 colors and 22K gold accents
- Adapted from a pattern originally made for William Henry, Duke of Gloucester, circa 1770
- Holds 40 oz. to the rim
- 7 1/2" H
- WILLIAMSBURG by Mottahedeh
Hand wash only. Please use caution with hot liquids.
About 1770, William Henry, the Duke of Gloucester, commissioned a dinner service from the Royal Worcester company which reflected his passionate interest in the natural world. The resulting pattern is an impressive manifestation of rococo style, complete with 19 exuberant colors, gilt feathering and a brilliant turquoise rim. A platter from the original service, now in the collections of The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, served as the inspiration for this exquisite reproduction. It took over two years to complete the process of matching the vibrant colors and hand-painted feel of the original antique.