Bargeware teapot; 1886; 1947.55
Bargeware teapotAbout this object
These unusual teapots were made in Leicestershire and sold by a Mrs Annie Bonas in Measham. They were popular both with canal workers (hence ‘bargeware’) and itinerant farm workers from East Anglia.Date Made
1886Medium and Materials
ceramicInscription and Marks
Owner's mark : impressed : side: MR.& MRS.BUTLER BRISTOL 1886Measurements
315 x 185 (HxWxDxDiam)Collection
Letchworth MuseumObject Type
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