This beautiful teapot of dark turquoise porcelain is a reproduction of a Sävres pattern, circa 1888, that the Vanderbilt family once used at Biltmore® and is now on display in the Oak Sitting Room. The china is a revival of rococo style, denoted by its curving design and sumptuous use of gilding and rich color. This porcelain teapot is part of a larger set created especially for Biltmore. Not recommended for dishwasher or microwave use. This product not sold or shipped to California.
- Hand wash only
- Not recommended for dishwasher or microwave
- Adapted from a Sävres tea service, circa 1888
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