Set of four, circa 1880, ironstone cachepots discovered at London's Bermondsey antique market. Perfect in the kitchen to hold cutlery or utensils, as windowsill planters for herbs, as vases for summer blooms, or as unique desk accessories for pens, pencils, scissors.
19th C. Victorian era pottery reclaimed from building and excavations sites throughout England and Scotland. Fascinated with the rich history and the awesome aesthetic, we bought a variety of this pottery directly from the finder. This collection has vertical striations; glazed interiors and exteriors with drip glaze accent on rims; unglazed bases. Each jar is handmade and varies in color and size. No maker's mark.
Dimensions: 3.8"Dia. x 5.5"H (9.7cm Dia. x 14cm H)
Overall good condition consistent with age and use; fabrication flaws, small base chips, edge roughness, patina.
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