ENOCH WOOD AND SONS COPPER LUSTRE & PRATTWARE ANTIQUE POTTERY
super drabware jug enhanced with applied relief moulded figure
decoration is a classic example of English pottery. It is delightfully
painted in prattware covers and subtly enhanced
with copper lustre to base, rim and handle. Very unusual to find a jug
of this type marked by the maker. It was made by the respected
Staffordshire pottery firm of Enoch Wood and Sons and dates circa 1820.
Enjoy!" Antiques Expert
Another near identical marked example is illustrated in A Collector's
Guide to English Pottery, Griselda Lewis page 155 bottom
height 100 mm
max. width 122 mm max.
Makers name Enoch Wood and Sons impressed as illustrated.
Excellent condition for English pottery. There is one flat flake chip
to the inside of the rim (illustrated). This blends in well with the
overall colouring of the piece and does nor spoil the decorative
qualities for display. A great display and study reference
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