Lord Nelson Ware, Rose Time Chintz, Stackable Teapot, Stacking Tea Pot 12568
Lord Nelson Ware, Rose Time Chintz, Stackable Teapot, Stacking Tea Pot. Teapot, sugar and creamer.
A remarkable stacking set in the highly collectible Rose Time Chintz from Lord Nelson Ware. Each piece nestles perfectly into the next. Clean inside and out with just minor, clean crazing throughout. Gilt trims are 80% intact. Colors are unfaded, this particular chintz is beautiful!
Dimensions: 6”H (fully stacked with lid) x 7”W (teapot from spout to handle edges).
Lord Nelson Ware was made by Elijah Cotton Staffordshire, England. The "Rose Time" chintz pattern was introduced in 1931 and was made into the early fifties.
Double back marks are displayed, "LORD NELSON WARE – ROSE TIME – MADE IN ENGLAND" in gold over a fainter mark, "BCM/NELSON WARE – MADE IN ENGLAND".
c1931-1950s Source: http://www.thepotteries.org/mark/c/cotton.html
HISTORY: Chintz designs became popular with English potters about 1928. It was manufactured on a large scale between the 1920s to early 1950s and appeared primarily on tea ware and dinner ware. Typical chintz ware is color lithographed transfer paper applied over clear glazed ware.