This teapot is part of the Palladian Collection from Isis Ceramics — an architectural pattern that features buildings which celebrate the 17th century country estate. Because Isis ceramics are hand-painted, no two are identical, so slight variations in the pattern are normal.
In Oxford, England, where the Thames is known as the Isis, the art of tin glazed ceramics continues to flourish. Isis Ceramics are entirely made by hand using techniques that have changed little since the early 1600s. Each one is an original, hand painted work of art, signed and numbered.