Art Deco Aluminite Frugier Vintage Teapot for Two 1920s
An adorable little Aluminite Frugier Limoges teapot – large enough for two, and elegant if you’re drinking tea on your tod.
It has silver decor on a bright white glaze and a nifty ‘safety’ lid which won’t fall off when you pour.
Aluminite Frugier was the founded by René Frugier, who worked at Sèvres before going solo in Limoges in 1907. Frugier pioneered heat-resistant Limoges porcelain. It was perfect for cooking and tableware and beautifully designed. The company was bought out by Haviland around 1960.
Signed on the base.
Height – just under 6 inches / 15cm
Holds about ½ litre / ¾ pint.
Condition: excellent, hardly any wear or signs of use.
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