Street Trouble Teapot – Stokes Croft China & PRSC Shop

Street Trouble Teapot

 

A unique teapot decorated in layered squares of classic pastoral paintings, such as Constables 'The Hay Wain'.

On one side 'Beauty is in the Street' from the Atelier Populaire (Workshop of the People) of 1960's Paris, on the other 'Brew Nothing but Trouble'.

Handle and spout covered in tags from the streets of Stokes Croft.

This is a unique piece.

The Artist: Scot Burgoyne Scot Burgoyne's makers mark

Scot Burgoyne studied illustration at the University of the West of England, and has exhibited his work in and around Bristol. He has been twice selected for the RWA’s Autumn Exhibition and has had work featured in ‘The Best of British Illustration Annual’.

Scot started decorating china for PRSC in 2012, enjoying the new challenge of working with a three dimensional medium. His one off pieces usually take the clean lines of the china and enhance them using symmetrical and asymmetrical designs. He is also the creator of our infamous ‘I EAT SWANS’ mug.

Product Specification

Material: English Fine Bone China
Type: Teapot

Model: Oval Stirling
Dimensions: H 14.5cm
Weight: 700gm
Capacity: 100cl (6 cups) Teapot, Cup and Saucer Set

Dishwasher Safe: It's up to you (here's why)
Microwave Safe: Yes, unless it has gold leaf or platinum lustre! (here's why)

Delivery and Returns

FREE UK delivery on all orders over £50, or FREE Click & Collect from our Stokes Croft shop! Standard UK delivery is £3.95, and should arrive in 2 - 3 working days.
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Our goal is to ensure complete customer satisfaction. We are happy to replace your item if faulty or damaged. For more information please see our returns page.

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