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Ah. One of my favorite pieces. You have a Riviera teapot in red. Riviera was made by the Homer Laughlin China Company, the same company that makes Fiesta, but it is definitely not Fiesta. Production began in the 1930s. While I'm an avid Fiesta collector, I also collect Riviera. You'll find quite a lot of Riviera on ebay. I did a quick ebay search on "Riviera teapot" and came up with several nice example, two of which are like yours. As you can see, depending upon condition, these can be valuable.

Your teapot appears to have some dirt or stains of some kind on it. If you remove those, you'll have a very desirable (and collectible) piece of Riviera.

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