The Pottery has offered original handmade Salt Glaze Pottery (we still make it on-site and have been the supplier to Colonial Williamsburg for over 50 years) since 1938. We are proud to offer the best quality items at the lowest prices, guaranteed. Always family-owned and operated, we stand by our products and by our community. Aug 29, 2015 · ENGLISH SALT-GLAZED STONEWARE JAR, approximately for auction. five gallon capacity, with flattened rim, incised shoulder rings, and arched double-groove handles. Mid 19th century. 17" H. <br><i>Several small firing imperfections and a chip to the inner rim.</i><br> Provenance: Property of a Pennsylvania collector.<br>
DETAILS An antique, English Victorian Lambethware brown glazed pottery liquor cask with applied decoration of the armorial shield of the United Kingdom flanked by recumbent lions, and Prince of Wales feathers. Marked: 1 Gall. With removable wood spigot. DATE Circa 1850 DIMENSIONS Width 7 Depth 11 Height 10.5 inches
salt glazed stoneware motif molds, teapots in "cauliflower to have been made by Bartlam have been found in Camden ware" type molds, and wheel turned red ware pitchers and (Lewis 1976) but no kiln site has been identified (and this is mugs. Numerous wasters were found at the Cain Hoy site, a meaningful distinction).