This scarce piece of Leeds pottery is an over the cup tea strainer. It has a molded handle and is trimmed in blue. It dates from the late 18th to the early 19th Century and measures approximately ¾ of an inch deep by 3 + 1/8 inches diameter without the handle.
Brad Johnson | Little jugs. "Full and graceful pots have become blank canvases for johnson to decorate, by literally drawing on their surfaces with a sharp tool, leaving an incised line. This series of pieces are salt fired, combining a black slip with his white porcelain body".
ceramic spoons handmade by LaPellaPottery.
Teapot ceramic serving tea caramel brown blue by hughespottery