Sunday, September 20, 2015

The Teapot Wall Pearl China Company Set

Recently, on our way home from church, we noticed an estate sale with everything half off. We made a U turn. What treasures might there be?

My teapot wall isn't large enough for all my teapots, there are a few on the Paris cabinet and a few in the kitchen and breakfast nook. I really don't need another teapot but......when you are offered such a bargain for a beauty you can't resist. It was offered for 25% less than half off, I wasn't even negotiating. It was in such perfect condition for three pieces it came home.

We were told most of the items had been stored away for many years. There are several of the same set for sale on the internet but all of them have the gold with lots of wear. This set is in perfect condition and looks right at home in front of the painting Jan did for me of the Tuck Box in Carmel, California.

It's made by the Pearl China Company in the 1950s or 1960s. Each piece has a swirled design and 22k gold. Here is another view. What a beauty!

What kind of a tea theme would this fit?


  1. The tea set is gorgeous! How fortunate to find it in such pristine condition. The tea party would have to be very classy indeed.

  2. Yes, that's the problem, it is so pristine I don't want to use it but I should remember it only cost me $10 so why not.

  3. I am sure you know, pearl china company was located just outside of east Liverpool, ohio, such a shame when they closed about 10 years ago.

  4. No, I didn't know. Thank you for telling me. There was a note with the teapot and company name only, I haven't looked it up. I'm curious now since I did live in Ohio part of my childhood.