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Vintage Silverplate Teapot County Hotel Canterbury

Vintage Silverplate Teapot County Hotel Canterbury

$250.00

With a shapely silhouette and shining silver presence, this gorgeous County Hotel Canterbury Teapot is sure to make quite a presentation. Fashioned in a shapely nature, the handsome horse logo is stamped on the side as the words Invicta, The County Hotel Canterbury are scripted just beneath it. Elegant and certainly storied, we are confident this teapot will make a welcome addition to your collection. 


Strictly one-of-a-kind and subject to prior sale. Restored in Sheffield and in excellent condition. Handwash only. Circa 1930s. 1 1/2" pints. 8 5/8" x 5".

Learn More about the County Hotel in Canterbury

The County Hotel in the medieval town of Canterbury, England has a very long and storied history. The ancient site of the hotel is significant as it was where "Jacob the Jew of Canterbury" lived and where the medieval Jewish synagogue in Canterbury was once located .  Jacob was the leading Jewish financier of medieval Canterbury and in 1190 he built himself "a great stone house" in the center of town.  Since Jacob was a financier, his home was not only his residence, but was in effect like a county bank. Directly behind Jacob's home was the synagogue.

Over the centuries, what was Jacob's great stone house as well as the medieval synagogue eventually became a hotel.  In 1640, the Sarcens Head Inn was located on that site. Later the name was changed to Kings Head and by 1892, the building was registered as the County Hotel. Parts of Jacob's original stone house survived into modern times.  Until 1927, the western wall of the hotel was a surviving wall of Jacob's house.  It was built of stone and rubble and was a massive 5 feet thick.  Due to its decay over the centuries, it was ultimately replaced with a new brick wall in the late 1920s.

In 1901, the County Hotel was advertised as being patronized by "His Excellency, the American Ambassador". Indeed the hotel's lovely, ancient Tudor construction and its perfect location near the cathedral in the center of historic Canterbury, made it a favorite hotel for many travelers.  Today the original buildings are still standing proud and the hotel has been completely modernized and operates as the ABode Hotel Canterbury.

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