Currier and Ives Teapot Ship & Lighthouse Blue White Vintage Royal China
The Royal China Company manufactured dinnerware in Sebring, Ohio from 1934 to 1986. The company had various owners after 1969 including the Jeanette Glass Corporation and Coca-Cola. They produced a large variety of dinnerware patterns (over 1400). The most popular being the blue and white Currier & Ives. They also produced numerous serving pieces as well as advertising and decorative pieces to complement the dinnerware. Royal China sold the dinnerware through retail department store, catalog mail order houses, A&P, and other supermarket chains. The artists, Nathaniel Currier & James Merritt Ives, were successful American printmakers from the late 1800s. The lithographs were a perfect match with dishware.
From Spout to tip of handle is 10” inches, height to top of lid is 4” inches and the main diameter of the teapot is 6” inches not including spout and handle.