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Carlton ware purple lustre 15 piece coffee set

S/N:EOA036

1920's

  • £300.00
  • €348 Euro
  • $368 US Dollar

United Kingdom

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This is a rare Carlton Ware coffee set with a lovely rainbow lustre ware glaze over a purple base, with gilt interiors to the cups and sugar bowl and milk jug or creamer. This purple lustre ware set dates to the 1920's and includes six demitasse cups and saucers, a lidded coffee pot, open sucrier and open milk jug or creamer. The finish on these pieces is lovely, with some light usage ware to the saucers, but this set is in otherwise in very good antique condition. This is an excellent example of Art Deco lustre ware made by one of the leading ceramic producers of the time in the United Kingdom.

These pieces are stamped "Carlton" to the base, identifying them as pre-1928, when the company registered its script trademark.

Measurements:

Coffee Pot

Height: 19cm

Top Diameter: 9.5cm

Base Diameter: 11cm

Sugar Bowl

Height: 5 cm

Diameter: 9 cm

Milk Jug

Height: 7.5cm

Diameter: 7 cm

Demitasse Cups

Height: 5 cm

Diameter: 4.5 cm

Saucer:

Diameter: 10.5 cm

Carlton Ware was a pottery manufacturer based in Stoke-on-Trent. The company was established in 1890 by James Frederick Wiltshaw, William Herbert Robinson and James Alcock Robinson trading under the name of Wiltshaw and Robinson. The trademark "Carlton Ware" was introduced in 1894.

Period: 

1920's

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