Sharpe’s Mochaware Tea Pot


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Produced by Sharpe’s Pottery, Swadlincote. This broken Mocha-ware teapot, found in 2000 during an archaeological investigation when the museum was being created. Mocha is a glaze technique used to create patterns resembling trees, plants and landscapes.