Enesco Mother in the Kitchen Prayer Lady Teapot - Pink
In the 1960's the Enesco importing company began marketing a line of kitchen novelties that they called “Mother in the Kitchen.” Today, they are better known as "Prayer
Ladies.” Each piece has a woman wearing a long white apron with a prayer on it. Her hands are pressed together, and her head is slightly lowered with eyes closed, signifying that she is praying. The woman always has a bun in her brown hair, and is typically wearing a pink dress. You can also find these lovely ladies in a white dress, and in a blue dress.
This Prayer Lady is actually a teapot. She is in a pink dress with blue and yellow dots on the apron. She is all original. She is about 6.25" wide across the handle and spout and is 6" tall. She has the original Enesco foil sticker on the base. There is a tiny area on the spout as you can see in the photos. I'm not sure if it is a glaze miss, or if the glaze has chipped off, but it is smooth to the touch (but unglazed). There is also a smooth indented area inside the lid. Since this is smooth, I really think it is a factory flaw. I have priced this lovely lady to reflect the flaws.