There is a little very minor wear to the gilt on the handle otherwise excellent condition.
Dimensions: 0.3 ltr, 11.5 cm high / 0.5 pint, 4.5 ins high Our ref: CROWN48157 Buy similar now Maker: Crown Staffordshire Pattern: Chinoiserie Sugar Bowl large c1910 Bone china with gilt. Backstamp: Crown Staffordshire England and in script 5788.
Its location was also central to major water and land transports of the time, which is another important consideration when deciding where to establish a manufacturing facility.
And then there is also the small detail that it just happened to be the region where the first potteries started in the early 1700’s, and grew into an industry from that first seed or two.
The shape of the saucer fits very neatly and can be held comfortable by one hand.
They'd make a lovely gift for an anniversary or a treat for yourself – perfect for morning coffee with friends or to end a dinner party.
Most people have probably heard of Staffordshire Porcelain, and most vintage and antique porcelain collectors are probably familiar with the name. It is also a type of porcelain which was known as salt-glazed, or creamware porcelain, but these aren’t the only types produced there.
But, just what does Staffordshire mean when you’re talking about pottery & porcelain? And it is also associated with a style of porcelain design – Blue Ware was a porcelain design that originated in Staffordshire.
Dimensions: 21 cm / 8.25 ins Our ref: CROWN46534 Buy similar now Maker: Crown Staffordshire Pattern: Chinoiserie Jug or Creamer c1910 Bone china with gilt. Backstamp: Crown Staffordshire England and in script 5788.
There is a noted porcelain company named Crown Staffordshire, and Staffordshire is a region that was, (and still is), home to many English porcelain makers.
This is information every keen porcelain collector should know.
Set consits1 Coffee pot1 Hot milk pot1 cream jug1 Sugar bowl6 coffee cans6 saucers All items are in good condition.
I am uncertain as to the date of this set as this mark was used from 1901 onwards.