Tea cannister

Production began at the Indeo Pottery in 1766 but the works were closed by 1841. Josiah Wedgwood visited in 1775 on a journey back from Cornwall and was not impressed: 'It is a poor trifling concern, and conducted in a wretched slovenly manner…'. The pottery nevertheless made a wide range of articles, including creamwares of high quality.
Accession Loan No.
Collection Class
British ceramics
Common Name
tea cannister
Simple Name
Full Name
tea cannister
whole height 140 mm; whole width 100 mm
Production Person Surname
Indeo Pottery
Period Classification
George III (1760-1811)
Production Date
c 1772
Production Year Low
Production Year High
Production Town
Bovey Tracey
Production County
S. Devon
Production Country
United Kingdom: England
Production Area Region
Northern Europe
Production Continent
Family Group

Inscription / Transcription
Sarah Bronning / 1772

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