Lucky Teapot - County Hotel Ulverston Fire Disaster of 1911
Size: Spout to handle approximately 13 cm long. Height approximately 10.5 cm. Condition: Excellent. No noticeable chips or scratches.
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Lucky Antique Teapot of County Hotel Ulverston
Fire Disaster of 1911This lucky little antique teapot is a great survivor. It has endured both World Wars, the Great Depression and a great fire which destroyed the grand hotel it was made for â your very own lucky charm. It was made for use in the County Hotel, Ulverston, which famously burnt down on October 9 1911, over 100 years ago. Ulverstonâs Coronation Hall now stands on the site. Ulverston is a town in the English Lake District and is the birthplace of Stan Laurel among many other famous people. The teapot was made in Burslem (Stoke-on-Trent) by Dunn Bennett & Co Ltd, now part of Royal Doulton.