Carlton Ware (England) 'Foxglove' Salad Ware Pitcher | Australian Design | English Majolica
Carlton Ware pottery was first made c1890 by Wiltshaw & Robinson in the town of Stoke in the County of Staffordshire in an area known as The Potteries.
Its wide-ranging, high quality output is well represented on the Internet, highlighting its significance in the history of Staffordshire pottery, especially during the 20th century.
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Lovely pitcher in the 'Foxglove' pattern, as part of the Salad Ware range.
Based on the backstamp this could have been produced any time from the mid 1920s onwards, although we expect it to have been made around the 1930s-40s.
Stands approx 11cm tall. There are no chips or cracks but there is some light crazing, mainly seen on the base - it doesn't really show through the coloured relief.
A stunning example of English majolica.
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