A stoneware teapot in a glossy iron resist glaze by British-born Australian potter Les Blakebrough dating to the mid to late 1970s.
The teapot has a globe shaped body with a cane handle (which sits permanently upright). The surface of the body of the teapot has a textured pattern to the touch.
The teapot is in mint condition with no chips or cracks. Its interior is fully glazed. It displays no signs of use.
The impressed mark “LB” is found on the edge of the base. There is also a white sticker that reads LES BLAKEBROUGH stuck on the base of the pot.
The height of the pot including the handle is 22cm. Without the handle, it measures 13.5cm high. The diameter of the body of the teapot is approximately 15cm.