Blenheim Palace Grand Cabinet Teapot
- Height: 150 mm inc. Lid
- Width: 220 mm inc. Spout and Handle
- Volume: 1000 ml
- Diameter: 130 mm
- Microwave/Dishwasher Safe: NO
A large Teapot inspired by one of the most opulent rooms in Blenheim Palace. Most striking within the room is the design of the Savonnerie carpet circa 1750, which is believed to have been purchased by Consuelo Vanderbilt, the famous 9th Duchess of Marlborough who arranged for the room to be redecorated after the Second World War. Gold detailing has been included on the Teapot, matching other products within the tableware collection.