An original Cornish Ware labeled Milk jug (pitcher) made in England at T. G Green pottery in October 1945. The interior markings are for one-quarter pint (5 ounces), one-half pint (10 ounces), three-quarters pint (15 ounces) and a pint (20 ounces, all in Imperial measures). The jug is in mint, unused condition and is almost 5 inches in height and 4-3/8 inches in diameter across the top.
A Cornish Ware dreadnought jug (pitcher) measuring 4-1/8 inches in height, made by T.G. Green in England circa 1945. They were made in graduated size - I am listing three different sizes - and make a wonderful display when lined up. This jug is in mint condition and perfectly appropriate to use as well.
Cornish Ware dreadnought jugs (pitchers) were made in various sizes - this is the largest at just under 5 inches in height. It has an impressed 45 on the base along with the green shield mark, indicating the date of manufacture was 1945 after World War II production caps were lifted. The jug is in mint condition with no chips, cracks, repairs, stains or crazing.
Domino Ware was another line from TG Green pottery in England, in the same blue as Cornish Ware and with the white dots (spots) cut back from the blue ground - a costly manufacturing process for a commercial ware. The earliest date of manufacture for Domino Ware was 1933, and the back stamp on these pieces was used until the mid 1960s. The small cups and saucers were intended for after-dinner coffee and would be perfect for espresso. The cup measures two inches in height and about 2-3/4 inche ...click for details
A Cornish Ware Flour sifter made by TG Green in England circa 1950. The sifter is in perfect condition with no signs of wear. It measures 4-3/4 inches in height and 2-3/4 inches in diameter at the bottom.
This is an early storage jar made in the 1930s with the church backstamp used before the green shield stamp was introduced (see second picture). The jar measures 5-3/4 inches in height and is in perfect condition other than a few tiny manufacturing flaws where the glaze color hit the wrong spot. The lettering (sans serif) is a little smeary. This named jar is desirable due to its early stamp and unusual English product name.
A mint condition coffee pot made in the 1950s by the TG Green pottery in Church Gresham, England. The pot holds three cups and measures 6-1/2 inches in height including the lid and 7-1/2 inches in width including the spout and handle. There are no flaws on this pot.
A mint condition blue and white Cornish Ware globe shape teapot made in the 1950s by TG Green pottery in Church Gresham, England. The teapot holds four cups and measures six inches in height to the top of the lid and nine inches in width including the spout and the handle. There are no marks or imperfections on this pot.