The Hermann Ohme factory operated in Silesia, Germany between 1882 and 1928. They produced fine porcelain wares similar to those produced by Haviland in Limoges, France during the same period. Here is a beautiful teapot that has managed to survive. The term "Eglantine" means "wild rose" or "sweet brier" and refers to the delicate floral pattern that is both molded into the porcelain as well as painted all around. In lavish victorian style there are figural animal features on the spout and the handle as well as a rose finial on the lid. Especially charming is the portrait of the very young victorian couple who obviously care for each other on the front of the teapot. There is both satin and high gloss glaze. Size is 4 cups.
In very good antique condition. The only issue noted is a shallow chip off the lower edge of the lid as seen in the last photo.
- Height to top of spout: 6 1/8"
- Height to top of finial on lid: 7 3/4"
- Tip of spout to end of handle: 8"
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