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Some of my H.J. Wood Indian Tree collection. I love the bright handpainted colours and bold interpretation of one of the oldest and most enduringly popular British china patterns ❤️💛💚💙
#indiantree #hjwood #staffordshirepottery #britishpottery #midcenturypottery #vintagepottery #majolica #majolicapottery #potterycollector #clutterfingers #handpainted #tonywoodstudio
A complete set of Tony Wood Studios toby mugs, each a bit larger than a shot glass, that was released via subscription in the US through Perennis back in 1982 through 1983 and was one of my high school graduation gifts from my parents. #aliceinwonderland #lewiscarroll #tobymugs #pottery #ceramics #collectibles #booksonfilm #literature #books #fairytales #tonywoodstudio #perennis #1980s #80s
This little guy is total perfection! Having him brew my tea puts me in my happy place. 
#catteapot #tea #teapot #vintage #fms_myhappyplace #fmspad #tonywoodstudio
This milk jug is similar to Plume🐈🐈💓 .
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ずっとずっと欲しかったプリュムみたいな陶器のミルクピッチャー✨
@timandsailor さんで見つけたの🙊お花を飾りたいんだぁ🤤💭💐
それにしてもそっくり👏
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#tonywoodstudio #tonywood #vintagecat #vintagelove #milkjug 
#himalayancat #meow #ilovecats  #catsofinstagram #catstagram  #sweetcatclub #happycatclub  #catloversclub #instagramcat  #IGersJP  #meowbox #bestmeow #bestcats_oftheworld #cutecatcrew  #고양이  #bestcats_oftheworld  #fluffycat  #weeklyfluff  #bestanimal #instacat_meows #pleasantcats  #followme #topcatphoto  #ig_catclub #picneko #hug2ルームシューズ2018ss
This milk jug is similar to Plume🐈🐈💓 . . ずっとずっと欲しかったプリュムみたいな陶器のミルクピッチャー✨ @timandsailor さんで見つけたの🙊お花を飾りたいんだぁ🤤💭💐 それにしてもそっくり👏 . . . . . #tonywoodstudio  #tonywood  #vintagecat  #vintagelove  #milkjug  #himalayancat  #meow  #ilovecats  #catsofinstagram  #catstagram  #sweetcatclub  #happycatclub  #catloversclub  #instagramcat  #IGersJP  #meowbox  #bestmeow  #bestcats_oftheworld  #cutecatcrew  #고양이  #bestcats_oftheworld  #fluffycat  #weeklyfluff  #bestanimal  #instacat_meows  #pleasantcats  #followme  #topcatphoto  #ig_catclub  #picneko  #hug2ルームシューズ2018ss 
tonywoodstudioの猫のポット
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30年以上前に買ったものです
もちろん、お茶を注げますが中に茶漉し機能は無いので、ティーストレイナーは必須です🐱
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#tonywoodstudio#猫のポット#牛乳プリン#カルミア#teapot#catteapot#villeroy&boch#おうちcafe
tonywoodstudioの猫のポット . 30年以上前に買ったものです もちろん、お茶を注げますが中に茶漉し機能は無いので、ティーストレイナーは必須です🐱 . #tonywoodstudio #猫のポット #牛乳プリン #カルミア #teapot #catteapot #villeroy &boch#おうちcafe 
Tony Wood Studio 1982 Ltd Mad Hatter teapot, c1982-1991, England.
This Alice in Wonderland themed Mad Hatter teapot was manufactured by Tony Wood Studio 1982 Ltd between 1982 and 1991. Featuring the character of the Mad Hatter which forms the shape of the teapot, it is complete with his iconic top hat as well as green polka dotted bow tie, green vest and maroon coat. The Mad Hatter is a well known character from Lewis Carroll’s famous 1865 novel Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, commonly shortened to Alice in Wonderland. It tells the story of a girl falling down a rabbit hole into a fantasy world populated by peculiar creatures and characters, including those of the Mad Hatter’s tea party. 
Although the Tony Wood pottery was only formed in 1982, the Wood family had been active in the industry since the mid-nineteenth century when Wood & Sons was formed by Thomas Francis Wood in 1865. Thomas was the fifth generation in line to Moses Wood who was brother to Aaron and Ralph, and Wood & Sons became one of the leading ceramic manufacturers in Stoke-on-Trent, commonly known as The Potteries. By the early years of the 20th century the company had expanded to include a number of potteries including the Trent, New Wharf, Stanley and Alexandra. In the 1970s Wood & Sons introduced an extremely popular line of figurative products called Toby Jugs.
Following the Wood & Sons take-over by Edmund Yorke in the early 1980s, Tony Wood went into partnership with Elizabeth Capper in 1982 and opened Tony Wood Studio 1982 Ltd. The company continued production of the old Toby Jugs but introduced a whole new range, which included figurative teapots. The company went into receivership in 1991 and closed thus ending an association between the Woods family and The Potteries that had spanned over 200 years.

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#tonywood #tonywood1982ltd #tonywoodstudio #england #english #madhatter #madhatterteapot #aliceinwonderland #lewiscarroll #character #characterteapot #teatime #timefortea #time4tea #rare #teapots #collectable #vintage #teapotcollection #teapotmuseum #visitbluemountains #newsouthwales #visitnsw
Tony Wood Studio 1982 Ltd Mad Hatter teapot, c1982-1991, England. This Alice in Wonderland themed Mad Hatter teapot was manufactured by Tony Wood Studio 1982 Ltd between 1982 and 1991. Featuring the character of the Mad Hatter which forms the shape of the teapot, it is complete with his iconic top hat as well as green polka dotted bow tie, green vest and maroon coat. The Mad Hatter is a well known character from Lewis Carroll’s famous 1865 novel Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, commonly shortened to Alice in Wonderland. It tells the story of a girl falling down a rabbit hole into a fantasy world populated by peculiar creatures and characters, including those of the Mad Hatter’s tea party. Although the Tony Wood pottery was only formed in 1982, the Wood family had been active in the industry since the mid-nineteenth century when Wood & Sons was formed by Thomas Francis Wood in 1865. Thomas was the fifth generation in line to Moses Wood who was brother to Aaron and Ralph, and Wood & Sons became one of the leading ceramic manufacturers in Stoke-on-Trent, commonly known as The Potteries. By the early years of the 20th century the company had expanded to include a number of potteries including the Trent, New Wharf, Stanley and Alexandra. In the 1970s Wood & Sons introduced an extremely popular line of figurative products called Toby Jugs. Following the Wood & Sons take-over by Edmund Yorke in the early 1980s, Tony Wood went into partnership with Elizabeth Capper in 1982 and opened Tony Wood Studio 1982 Ltd. The company continued production of the old Toby Jugs but introduced a whole new range, which included figurative teapots. The company went into receivership in 1991 and closed thus ending an association between the Woods family and The Potteries that had spanned over 200 years. #teapot  #bluemountains  #leura  #tonywood  #tonywood1982ltd  #tonywoodstudio  #england  #english  #madhatter  #madhatterteapot  #aliceinwonderland  #lewiscarroll  #character  #characterteapot  #teatime  #timefortea  #time4tea  #rare  #teapots  #collectable  #vintage  #teapotcollection  #teapotmuseum  #visitbluemountains  #newsouthwales  #visitnsw 
It's all Dairy 🐄🐄🐄 super little 1980s Tony Wood Studio creamery jug @sianvanderwelle @holt_antiques_interiors_centre  #holt #norfolk #norwich #northnorfolk #eastanglia #antiques #antique #interiors #interiordesign #interiordecor #interiordecoration #vintage #antiqueshop #antiqueshopping #antiquescentrenorfolk #decorative #1980s #tonywoodstudio #ceramics #pottery #jug #dairy #cow #kitchenalia #kitchen #tea #china
Tony Wood “Sphinx” teapot, c1982-1991, England. This Egyptian Sphinx shaped teapot was manufactured by Tony Wood Studio 1982 Ltd during the pottery’s short operation between 1982 and 1991. Although the Tony Wood pottery was only formed in 1982, the Wood family had been active in the industry since the mid-nineteenth century when Wood & Sons was formed by Thomas Francis Wood in 1865. Thomas was the fifth generation in line to Moses Wood who was brother to Aaron and Ralph, and Wood & Sons became one of the leading ceramic manufacturers in Stoke-on-Trent, commonly known as The Potteries. In the 1970s Wood & Sons introduced an extremely popular line of figurative products called Toby Jugs. Following the Wood & Sons take-over, Tony Wood went into partnership with Elizabeth Capper in 1982 and opened Tony Wood Studio 1982 Ltd. The company continued production of the old Toby Jugs but introduced a whole new range, which included figurative teapots.  A fire at the company’s factory in 1984 halted production and the company never fully recovered. It went into receivership in 1991 and closed thus ending an association between the Woods family and The Potteries that had spanned over 200 years. #teapot #bluemountains #leura
Tony Wood “Sphinx” teapot, c1982-1991, England. This Egyptian Sphinx shaped teapot was manufactured by Tony Wood Studio 1982 Ltd during the pottery’s short operation between 1982 and 1991. Although the Tony Wood pottery was only formed in 1982, the Wood family had been active in the industry since the mid-nineteenth century when Wood & Sons was formed by Thomas Francis Wood in 1865. Thomas was the fifth generation in line to Moses Wood who was brother to Aaron and Ralph, and Wood & Sons became one of the leading ceramic manufacturers in Stoke-on-Trent, commonly known as The Potteries. In the 1970s Wood & Sons introduced an extremely popular line of figurative products called Toby Jugs. Following the Wood & Sons take-over, Tony Wood went into partnership with Elizabeth Capper in 1982 and opened Tony Wood Studio 1982 Ltd. The company continued production of the old Toby Jugs but introduced a whole new range, which included figurative teapots. A fire at the company’s factory in 1984 halted production and the company never fully recovered. It went into receivership in 1991 and closed thus ending an association between the Woods family and The Potteries that had spanned over 200 years. #teapot  #bluemountains  #leura 
Cat teapot!! A woman on a local facebook selling page was having a clear out, I picked this up for £2!!!! So excited :) (I promise not to smash its face off and felt it up)
#catteapot #mineallmine #tonywoodstudio #tonywood #bargain