Ever Been Inside a Teapot?

Giant teapot
Credit: Isobel Bowditch
Teapot
Credit: Jean Reid/New Glasgow Society
Me, my twin sister and big bro standing next to the big teapot!
Me, my twin sister and big bro standing next to the big teapot! Credit: Jenna Smith
teapot
Credit: Ross MacKay
Garden Festival 'zone'

High Street

Sponsor, if appropriate

City of Stoke on Trent

Type of object

Pavilion, building or other structure

Current situation

Unknown

Notes

'Thanks' for loan of Overtoun Bandstand to Stoke-on-Trent Garden Festival 1986. Designed by Reuben Bouverie, possibly manufactured by Anmac Ltd

2 comments

  1. Jenna Smith says:

    Me, my twin sister and big bro standing next to the big teapot!

    Me, my twin sister and big bro standing next to the big teapot!

  2. Rosalind Higham says:

    Our father Reuben Bouverie designed this teapot and cup . I think he was working in association with a company in Nottingham that made buildings in plastic- it was called Anmac. My father died in 2020 but his colleague Reg Pegg still works in Nottingham at the university- he might know something. I vaguely remember Dad saying that the teapot and cup went abroad- maybe to Japan or the USA but I might have imagined it!

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