Chintz Teapots in Floral Patterns A Luxurious Teapot Style! In 1913, the chintz pattern was introduced in England. The patterns offered today are a combination of the earlier style which often featured larger flowers and the later designs that are much more intricate. Choose from famous makers such as the unique and charming teapots of Roy Kirkham, Crown Trent of England, Heirloom Bone China and more. Chintz china patterns have become highly desirable in the antique market today. They are often described as the tea set that brings your garden in to your home. Collector’s Clubs are established world-wide and auctions are dedicated specifically to chintz tea ware hand-crafted in the Potteries of Staffordshire England. Old lithographing techniques have been brought back to achieve the all-over floral effect demanded by Chintz lovers. Modern chintz is most often made up of bright floral prints on a light background and has returned to become wildly popular. Be sure to check out the available matching accessories of teacups and saucers, sugar and creamer sets, and dessert plates to complete your beautiful tea service