Monday, December 27, 2010

Christmas Gift: A Vintage Sadler Teapot



The #2 daughter, Laurel, and family gave me this pretty vintage Sadler teapot for Christmas. 
Thus far, I haven't found the name of the floral pattern.  Any ideas?

Above: SIL, KJ, and Laurel

11 comments:

racheld said...

What a lovely gift!! Bright and cheery and I always think the little Sadlers are so graceful.

This one's listed as Apple Blossom---that's the first thing I asked for, and there it was:

http://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/vintage-sadler-teapot-3841-a-apple-blossoms

Linda J. said...

Thanks Rachel! It is definitely the Apple Blossom.

Prim Rose Hill ©2008-2010 said...

Hi Linda!

I love Sadler teapots! And this one is so very pretty--definitely makes me think of spring! :) Hope you had a wonderful Christmas!!

Hugs,
Sheri

Marilyn said...

No idea of names, but very pretty. What a thoughtful gift.

Angela McRae said...

Oh, I *love* Sadler teapots and that shape is my favorite! What a great gift -- and now you even know her name!

Stockpiling Mom said...

Very nice! She was very excited to get it for you :-)

Denise said...

I love your christmas gift.To me it's always so exciting to open any vintage china as a gift.God bless.

Steph said...

It's just perfect! And Happy New Year to you!

parTea lady said...

That is a lovely Sadler teapot. The Apple Blossom pattern is very pretty. I have a Poinsettia pattern Sadler pot - these teapots have such a lovely ridged shape, don't they?

Kristin said...

those tea accessories are so nice! its also nice to buy tea kettles which are really good in preparing tea. nice post!

Jennifer said...

Would anyone happen to know where you can buy a replacement lid? I have this exact teapot, but without the lid. :(
This blog has been the only place I've even seen this vintage Sadler Teapot.
Any help/ ideas will be greatly appreciated. :)

Thank you!
Jenn

 

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