Castleford Porcelainous Stoneware Silver Shape Sugar Box early 19th c
Castleford Porcelainous Stoneware Silver Shape Sugar Box & Cover. 5¼ x 3¾ x 5 h , c. Relief molded silver shape the shape was derived from that of typical late 18. Century sugar boxes with diamond & oval gallery& trefoil molded finial. Classical decoration in relief in panels trimmed in blue enamel lines. This ware is usually known as Castleford stoneware though it was made by both the Yorkshire firm of David Dunderdale and by several North Staffordshire potters. As with the present piece it is often translucent. Geoffrey Bemrose notes that its quality & decoration invite comparison with Wedgwood jaspers, & he suggests it was introduced to compete with jasper wares but surprisingly failed to achieve great success.
Century English Pottery and Porcelain , 1952, pp. This is certainly consistent with its far greater scarcity.
No chips, cracks, hairlines, or repairs. All Items Are Sent Insured. The item "Castleford Porcelainous Stoneware Silver Shape Sugar Box early 19th c" is in sale since Monday, May 7, 2018. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Kitchen & Home\Dinnerware & Serveware\Cream & Sugar". The seller is "jjhouse" and is located in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Handmade: Yes
- Pattern: Relief figure
- Time Period Manufactured: 1800-1825
- Primary Material: Ceramic & Porcelain
- Item Length: 5.25 in
- Item Height: 5 in
- Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom
- Material: Stoneware
- Shape: Silver shape
- Packaging: Unboxed
- Item Weight: 1.25 lb
- Finish: Soft glaze
- Brand: Castleford
- Style: Regency
- Antique: Yes
- Color: Blue
- Original/Licensed Reproduction: Original
- Theme: Romantic
- Item Depth: 3.75 in
- Type: Sugar Bowl