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I have an Ellgreave teapot in very good condition. The bottom

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I have an Ellgreave teapot in very good condition. The bottom half is painted in yellow. Above that swashes of gold all around the teapot. On each side are three yellow roses. The spout and handle has gold trim with a decorate gold design. The lid has a gold design all around that looks somewhat like v design. The nob at the top is painted in gold. On the bottom are the words engrave in the pottery Ellgreave and England and what looks like the letter F next to England. It is numbered in gold 2822. Also painted in gold is a marking that looks like '/

What can you tell me about its worth?

Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: Antiques
Expert:  Judith-on-Antiques replied 6 years ago.
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The Ellgreave Pottery Company operated in Staffordshire, England beginning in the 1920s. The mark on your teapot indicates it was made before 1921.

If it is in perfect condition, the current retail (replacement) value of your teapot is approximately $50.

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