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    Rare Vintage Yellow Geometric 1920s Art Deco Tea Pot Worlds First Non-Drip Teapot ,Vintage 1920 art deco tea pot geometrical in shape, its very unusual appearence was inspired by the wonderful art deco cruise liners of the day. Manufactured by G.M.Creyke & Sons, England, Bell works Hanley Staffordshire potteries. Fabulous Finds team of Britain had a two line article that referred to the metal spout as being a " 1920s design, patented by GM Creyke & sons in Staffordshire and billed as the world's first non-drip teapot." The underside mark is the GMC logo. RD No. 691168 . The underside of the metal spout has the following #'s Patent. No. 18148/22. The RD No. 691168 dates it to 1920.

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