Measurements: 2 1/2" tall x 2 1/4" body circumference x 1 1/4" base circumference
With very little wear to the copper lustre glaze, even on the handle. No chips, hairlines, or repairs.
But, the best detail about this little pitcher, is the underwater setting with plants, waves and a pair of beautifully detailed fish.
Made in England (signed Lancaster,Ltd) at the beginning of the 20th century.
Measurements: 5" diameter x 3/4" deep
English pottery red ware with a registry mark dating the dish to 1912-1913.
Hand painted with excellent detail.
Similar to Devon Motto Pottery.
Titled on the rim of the little plate as "Olde English Cock Fight."
Measurements: 4 1/4" tall x 6" at its greatest width x 3 3/4" base diameter x 3 1/2" top opening diameter
Dating from the late 1800's, this type of shaving mug was called a "scuttle." I believe that the blank is either German or French. These white blanks were purchased to be decorated by Victorian ladies in their homes...
Measurements: 4.75" tall x 2.25" widest point x 3.75" depth from handle to tip of nose
What a charming pair of blue and white cats - and a very puzzling pair, also. Why is there a handle and an opening in the back of each cat (the fingers of one's hand fit neatly into the handle so as to be able to pour), BUT there is no opening for liquid to pour out of????!!
Note that each cat has a different porcelain mark...