Perhaps Josiah Wedgwood,
The lead-glazed creamware teapot is in the form of a melon, the thrown body is decorated with horizontal rows of rouletted dots and with alternating panels of coloured glazes. British Ceramics: 1675-1825, The Mint Museum, Brian Gallagher, Page 70-71 & Cover for illustration of another pot with the same decoration.
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