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Gaudy Welsh adorned the much loved Welsh Dressers in cottages and farmhouses, and even today this is still the best way to display the wares. This item was made c1845,the shape is a very old style,and terrible rare to find in this beautiful clean condition. There is no damage at all,and no repairs of any kind.
The jug is a large one,there are a couple of minor flaws,one faint handle flaw and manufacturing flaws that have been glazed over.(This is usual with this type of ancient pottery)For sale at £125 post included UK. This is a serving plate so a good size,10 inches at the widest point.The painting although restrained,is all hand painted,and this makes it a desirable item for your collection.It was possibly made in Swansea,the handle has a well known Swansea inward tilt.Introduction to Gaudy Welsh Gaudy Welsh first appeared in Staffordshire, England around the late 1820's.The main colours chosen for decoration were Orange,(dark and light) greens and cobalt blue, in addition turquoise, yellow and pink were also used along with gold and pink lustre.This is a large elegant tall pot and the unusual design is pleasing to the eye.
The teapot body is in very good condition,with no damage at all --the lid has had a slither chip to the under edge put back,and is only noticeable if you look close.
A couple of small firing flaws commensurate with 180 years old!!
For sale at £58 Excellent snowdon pattern large jug.
A few are strictly American in origin such as Wagon Wheel and Carousel. The jug is about 6 inches tall,and displays beautifully.
Gaudy Welsh was produced over a long period of time and Staffordshire potteries such as Allertons and Blairs continued production into the early 20th century. For sale £49 Lovely,very old (c1840) sucrier or covered sugar bowl. The overall condition is quite good,a very clean item.
The condition is excellent,with the most beautiful applied Pink Lustre,not rubbed at all. Lovely Swansea Cottage covered sugar bowl in the Tulip pattern that was always called Swansea Cottage in Wales.