This adorable china teapot was made by the House of Webster in their Eastland, Texas plant. This pattern is called Wild Briar Rose. It is uncertain when exactly this was piece/pattern was made. There is a bouquet of 3 wild briar roses on one side and on the other side there are 2 wild briar roses. The piece has gold trim on the lid, the rim of the opening, the spout and the front edge of the handle. There is a backstamp, but it is very faint as can be seen in the photo.
This would make a beautiful addition to your House of Webster or teapot collection. Or give it as a housewarming gift with a variety of teas.
This teapot stands approximately 6 1/4 inches tall. The base is just under 3 inches in diameter.
The teapot is in very good vintage condition. There is a small rough spot on the top of the handle, but we believe that this occurred when the piece was created. There is some wear on the base consistent with a vintage piece. The floral decoration is in great condition and still has good color. We are unable to find any cracks, chips or crazing on this piece.