Regency Teasets  

A typical teaset in the early 1800s would have had a teapot, teapot stand, slop bowl, sugar box or sucrier, creamer, two bread and butter plates, twelve tea cups and saucers, and possibly also twelve teabowls or coffee cans.   Teasets came in various different styles and this website focuses especially on one called the "New Oval" shape.  


These examples are from New Oval style teasets made by Ridgways including a bute shaped cup, coffee can, creamer, sucrier and teapot.

 For more examples of the individual pieces in "New Oval" teasets made by different makers follow links below. 

Grainger Hicks and Meigh Machin Minton Rathbone  Ridgway  

 For examples of "New Oval" teasets made by unknown makers follow links below. 

Snake Cup Handle Group One Kink Handle Group

Pages showing teasets are presently under construction so more will be added in the future along with pages reviewing the different broad styles of regency teasets.

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