The other side of the teapot bears exactly the same print.  A "mirror image" print was not engraved for the reverse side, as was done at some factories.


Shape Type: Breakfast & Tea Wares

Pattern Type: Chinese, Asian and Other Exotic Themes

Date: c. 1797-1800


  • Height: 6.69 in (17.00 cm)

Maker: Wolfe Mason & Lucock Liverpool


This hybrid-hard-paste porcelain teapot was made at the Liverpool factory of Wolfe, Mason & Lucock.  It is printed with the Dagger Border Pagoda Pattern, one of a range popular printed chinoserie patterns produced by the factory.  However, a number of variations of this pattern occur and not all of these may originate from Wolfe's Liverpool factory.  Shards matching the version shown here were recovered from the factory...