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  • Vintage tea pot Rose - French Address
  • Vintage tea pot Rose - French Address
  • Vintage tea pot Rose - French Address
  • Vintage tea pot Rose - French Address
  • Vintage tea pot Rose - French Address
  • Vintage tea pot Rose - French Address
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Vintage tea pot Rose

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Vintage French tea pot with a pink rose design

  • Renowned French ceramic
  • Rare vintage find
  • Other pieces available for a full tea service

This tea pot comes from Faiencerie de Gien, a renowned French pottery brand existing for more than 200 years. Gien refined dinnerware is a must-have of French kitchens. French people are proud to have Gien dinnerware, they will tell you 'It's a Gien' when they use them for their tablescape. Their dinnerware can also be used for decorative purposes: we recommend to display Gien dinnerware on open shelves, you will feel so pleased to see them daily. 

This vintage French tea pot is made in French earthenware. The design is on both sides, with 2 roses and their foliage. The top of the tea pot has twisted ribs. Final and refined detail: there is a golden edging on the top and on the handle. You can use it as a tea or coffee pot, but also as a decorative piece in your kitchen or living room, or else as a vase. So many options for this lovely French vintage tea pot.

Our vintage products are in good conditions and were all clean. They may have some minor signs of age, including tiny chips. 

Product details (size, weight...)


Height: 9 inches - 23 cm ; Width at bottom: 2.6 inches - 6.7 cm ; Width on top (hole): 2.5 inches - 6.3 cm ; Maximum width (in the middle): 7.7 inches - 19.5 cm.




1.9 lb - 850g.

Care instructions:

Clean with soapy water and dry a soft cloth. Cannot be washed by the dishwasher.

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Made in Gien

Brand story

Faïencerie de Gien celebrated its 200th anniversary in 2021. Created in 1821, the manufacture settled on the banks of the river Loire, in the monastery Couvent des Minimes.
During the 19th century, Gien made famous for personalized collections for the European aristocratic families. In the early 1900s, Gien produced part of Paris metro tiles. And recently, Gien designed and produced exclusive collections for Versailles and Chambord castles. The crafting techniques remain today the same as 200 years ago, and each product requires the know how of at least 30 different earthenware masters.
French people are proud to have Gien dinnerware. Collectors even display them on the wall! More commonly, Gien dinnerware is used for special events and fancy dinners. They are emblematic of the art of the French table.