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Wedgwood Cuckoo Teapot

Guide price: £70

Last updated on 16th Sep 2014

Tags: home garden tableware

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Wedgwood Cuckoo Teapot

A charming new range of classic bone china from Wedgwood, made specially for celebrating the pleasures of afternoon tea. Each piece has a pastel-coloured background with white dots and gilded, rippled edges. It is then decorated with spring scenes featuring delicate flower sprigs and colourful cuckoos.


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