Teapot Stands There are 37 products.


  • Ironbridge

    An original set of tile moulds inspired this decorative but resilient range of ceramic pot stands. Pressed from powdered clay, decorated and hand glazed using the manufacturing process of the late 19th Century.

    As a world heritage site The Ironbridge Gorge is famous as the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution. Few people are aware that a mile downstream of Ironbridge is the small village of Jackfield, which 130 years ago was the centre of Britain's Ceramic Tile Industry.

  • Royal Academy of Arts

    The Royal Academy of Arts was founded in 1768 under the patronage of George III. It is unique in that its governing body is composed of practising artists. These artists - the Royal Academicians - being elected for their pre-eminence in one of the four categories: painting, sculpture, architecture and engraving.

    The Royal Academy is an entirely self supporting organisation dedicated to the exhibition, teaching, cultivation and promotion of the fine arts. It receives no government funding, and therefore your purchase provides valued support.

  • V&A

    The Victoria and Albert Museum has one of the most wide-ranging and comprehensive public collections of arts & craft in the world. Founded in 1852 the V&A is the world's greatest museum of art and design.

    With more than five million artefacts the collections are unrivalled in their scope and diversity. Within the V&A's splendid Victorian interiors influential art movements and unique cultures can be explored in virtually every medium.

    The ceramics collection is one of the corner-stones of the V&A. The collections ranges from ancient Egyptian, Greek and Roman artefacts to contemporary studio pottery and industrially designed ceramics.

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