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    Stoneware Advertising Cream Pot ~ MILKMAID ~ 1880

    Stoneware Advertising Cream Pot ~ MILKMAID ~ 1880

    $125 free shipping to USA

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    Genuine Victorian Transfer Printed Stoneware Cream Pot ~ 1880

    WIGTOWNSHIRE CREAMERY CO.
    STRANRAER, SCOTLAND
    c. 1880

    This is a fabulous stoneware transfer printed cream pot or crock, circa 1880, salvaged from a Victorian tip in the UK. It once contained Pure Fresh Cream from the Wigtownshire Creamery Co. in Stranraer, Scotland.
    The sturdy stoneware crock was made possibly in Glasgow Scotland, and is transfer printed in brown and the pottery is basic stoneware. It features the image of a milkmaid holding a bucket and milking stool, surrounded by a scrolled cartouche showing the name of the creamery.
    The crock stands 4 1/2” tall, in great condition.

    This delightful piece is a lovely a throwback to a much simpler time in the world of dairy advertising products. It will make a great addition to any collection of transfer printed advertising wares or kitchen wares, and would make a stunning flower holder on your window sill! A sturdy piece with loads of charm.

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    Additional Information

    Code

    12107 (AB-124606)

    Period

    19th Century, Victorian (1837 to 1901)

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