Spode Blue Room Sunflower Teapot
Spode Blue Room Sunflower Teapot
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Spode Blue Room Sunflower Teapot

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Bring splendour to every pour with this Blue Room Sunflower teapot. The magnificent design, first launched in 1812, beautifully envelopes the curves of the teapot, leaving a creamy white spout and handle. Designed with hundreds of years experience for the perfect pour. Crafted from the finest earthenware.

  • Capacity: 1.1L/2 pints
  • Exquisite design
  • Crafted from the finest earthenware
  • Dishwasher and microwave safe

Designed in Spode's studio in Stoke on Trent. Made in Spode's factory in Stoke-on-Trent, England.

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Hello, I would like yo ask if these pieces are made the same way as before Portmeiron took over the old Spode works. What I mean by this, is it done with the old method of copper engraving or is it all done by computer? Still hand-made? Thank you.

Asked by: ABurzi
Good Morning, Thank you for your question. Unfortunately we don’t use Copper or Zinc Plate etchings. The original Traditional methods of Spode Copperplate development for transfer printing was engraved by hand up until 2009. We now use the original prints from the hand engraved copper plates for polymer print reproduction. Unfortunately we don’t use it at Portmeirion Group. I hope that this is of some assistance. Kind Regards, Portmeirion Group
Answered by: Rachel
Date published: 2020-06-12
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