Owen Henry Teapot
Jamaican born Owen Henry came to Bristol in 1956 braving Teddy boys and slum housing to co-found the West Indian Development Council which in 1963, spearheaded the Bristol Bus Boycott Campaign against racial discrimination.
By 1967 he was a major force behind the St Paul's Carnival and throughout his life challenged the unfair treatment of Black Bristolians.
The front of this teapot is a graffiti reworking of an EW Godwin font by Felix Braun
At Stokes Croft China, our resident artists carefully combine and arrange the designs here in our studio, ensuring that no two items are the same. Every piece is uniquely decorated with a mixture of rare and modern ceramic transfers. Ceramic transfers in their original guise would be applied sparingly to each piece, but here we let them run riot in true Bristol fashion.
Material: English Fine Bone China
Model: Oval Stirling
Dimensions: H 14.5cm
Capacity: 100cl (6 cups)
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