Arklow cream teapot

with crinolined woman design



The teapot was made by Arklow Pottery of County Wicklow which started production in 1934. The pot is colourfully decorated at the front with a woman wearing a crinoline standing in a flower garden. The back has a smaller scene of flowers with a bridge and sundial. There is a gold trim around the spout and rim. The pot has an ill-fitting lid, which may not be the original, and the back picture, of flowers with a bridge and stream, is marked with a black/grey smudge.

This page was added on 04/05/2018.

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  • I have a similar teapot just different design, would anyone have a spare lid for an Arklow teapot?

    By Fiona (28/01/2021)
  • Thanks Olive for your query. We are afraid we don’t know the value of this teapot. An antique dealer would be able to advise you further on it.

    By milltown heritage (24/02/2020)
  • I have this same teapot only difference is the lid has flowers and a gold rim on it. Could you advice me on its value. Thanking you in advance.

    By Olive woods (22/02/2020)

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