Royal Worcester Porcelain Aesthetic Movement Teapot Pot and Cover c.1875 designed by James Hadley
Royal Worcester Porcelain Aesthetic Movement Teapot and Cover c.1875
designed James Hadley and decorated by James Callowhill
A similar example is held in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum, NY (see link below)
The Metropolitan Museum writes:
'After the end of the Flight, Barr & Barr ownership of the Worcester factory in 1840, the firm went through a succession of owners and mergers before falling under the ownership of Kerr & Binns in 1852. During the partnership, the factory sought to rebuild its former eighteenth-century reputation in porcelain and known for Renaissance-inspired designs. With the establishment of the Royal Worcester Porcelain Company in 1862, the company gradually gained recognition for its Japanese-inspired designs, which formed part of Japonisme, a collective fascination with Japan that took place in Europe and the United States following the opening of Japanese markets to the West by Commodore Perry in 1853.'