Online antiques shows are getting good prices for 18th and early 19th century ceramics. An English “agate” body teapot made of a mixture of colored clays was chipped but restored. The squat, bulbous, 4-inch-high body with a molded cover and foo dog knop plus a looped handle and restored spout sold for $7,000. It was made about 1750-60. It was at the Antique Dealers Association of America online sale.
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