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Teapot

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made in Rutherglen, Glasgow

Postcard of Teapot.
000-190-004-124-C
© National Museums Scotland

Teapot

This ceramic teapot with 'Rockingham' or brown glaze was made by Murray and Company of the Caledonian Pottery Rutherglen in Glasgow. It dates from between 1872 and 1929.

The teapot is barrel-shaped and has a handle in the form of a branch.

Another company well known for producing 'Rockingham' or brown glazed teapots was Belfield and Company of Prestonpans. Such teapots were known as 'Broon Coos'.


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Online ID: 000-190-004-124-C
Image Rights Holder: National Museums Scotland
Project: 0098: National Museums Scotland
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Ref: National Museums Scotland  H.1994.910 B
Date: 1872 - 1929
1872 - 1929
Between 1872 and 1929
Material: Ceramic, glazed
Ceramic, glazed. Inscription: Mark on base: MURRAY & Co. / FIRE PROOF / RUTHERGLEN
Dimensions: 125 mm H x 165 mm L (incl handle and spout) x 60 mm rim D
What: Teapot cover
Subject:
Who: Murray and Co., Rutherglen (Maker)
Murray and Co., Rutherglen (Maker)
Where: Scotland, Lanarkshire, Rutherglen
Scotland, Lanarkshire, Rutherglen
Event:
Description: Ceramic teapot with Rockingham glaze, barrel-shaped, made by Murray and Co., Rutherglen, 1872 - 1929
Cover for a ceramic teapot with Rockingham glaze, barrel-shaped, made by Murray and Co., Rutherglen, 1872 - 1929
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