What's for sale?
This is a rare oil and vinegar set by Price & Kensington potteries, hand-decorated in their charming, spongeware, blue sheep design.
Spongeware decoration is applied by hand, using shaped pieces of sponge. This discontinued range included a large variety of kitchen and tableware, including teapots, mugs, plates and various serving dishes. This is quite a rare item and hard to find.
Who made it and when?
It's a modern piece, from a discontinued range, by the Staffordshire pottery Arthur Wood, which became part of Price & Kensington pottery and now both are part of Rayware. Having the Arthur Wood mark may mean it was an early example of the design. The maker's mark reads:
- Arthur Wood
- Established 1884
- Designed in England
What condition is it in?
- In very good condition
- No chips or damage
- There is crazing around the shoulders of the jugs
- The corsk are still a tight fit
What are the measurements?
- 19.5cm length - holder (just over 7.5 inches)
- 9cm diameter - holder (3.5 inches)
- 20cm high - holder (just under 8 inches)
- 15cm high - jug without cork (just under 6 inches)
- 7cm diameter - jug (2.75 inches)
- 10cm diameter - jug including handle (4 inches)
- 310 grams per bottle
- 1040 grams in total
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Price & Kensington Pottery
Late 20th century (1950-1999)
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