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Minton Cottage and Cart China - 5 items found.

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Toy Cup and Saucer c1825 Maker: Minton  Pattern:Cottage and Cart
Toy Cup and Saucer c1825
Quite delightful cup and saucer with lovely rural scene of a man in a horse and cart, before a country cottage, all within a pretty floral border. The cup has a hairline, noticeable mainly from the inside, and the saucer has a small chip and crack to the rim, otherwise both pieces still bright and clean. A toy cup and saucer in this design were exhibited at the True Blue exhibition of British blue transfer printed earthenware at The Wedgwood Museum in 1998, when they were attributed to the Cambrian or Glamorgan Potteries at Swansea, under the pattern name of The Carter. This teacup and saucer have no maker's backstamp, but we believe they are more correctly attributed to Minton. The shape and design are both associated with that factory. Provenance: The Patricia Davies Collection.
Dimensions: Cup 6.5 cm diameter, 4.5 cm high, saucer 10 cm / Cup 2.5 ins diameter, 1.75 ins high, saucer 4 ins
Our ref: 19CN24456
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Toy Creamer or Jug c1825 Maker: Minton  Pattern:Cottage and Cart
Toy Creamer or Jug c1825
Superb little jug in amazing condition. Lovely rural scene of a man in a horse and cart, before a country cottage, all within a pretty floral border. A toy cup and saucer in this design were exhibited at the True Blue exhibition of British blue transfer printed earthenware at The Wedgwood Museum in 1998, when they were attributed to the Cambrian or Glamorgan Potteries at Swansea, under the pattern name of The Carter. This jug has no maker's backstamp, but we believe it is more correctly attributed to Minton. The shape and design are both associated with that factory. Provenance: The Patricia Davies Collection.
Dimensions: 7.5 cm high, 0.1ltr / 3 ins high, 0.125 pint
Our ref: 19CN24454
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Toy Cup and Saucer c1825 Maker: Minton  Pattern:Cottage and Cart
Toy Cup and Saucer c1825
Absolutely delightful cup and saucer with lovely rural scene of a man in a horse and cart, before a country cottage, all within a pretty floral border. The cup has a chip inside the foot rim which just shows through and the saucer has tiny rub to rim. A toy cup and saucer in this design were exhibited at the True Blue exhibition of British blue transfer printed earthenware at The Wedgwood Museum in 1998, when they were attributed to the Cambrian or Glamorgan Potteries at Swansea, under the pattern name of The Carter. This teacup and saucer have no maker's backstamp, but we believe they are more correctly attributed to Minton. The shape and design are both associated with that factory. Provenance: The Patricia Davies Collection.
Dimensions: Cup 6.5 cm diameter, 4.5 cm high, saucer 10 cm / Cup 2.5 ins diameter, 1.75 ins high, saucer 4 ins
Our ref: 19CN24455
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Toy Teapot c1825 Maker: Minton  Pattern:Cottage and Cart
Toy Teapot c1825
A gorgeous early toy teapot. Lovely rural scene of a man in a horse and cart, before a country cottage, all within a pretty floral border. There is discreet restoration to the spout and to the rim of the cover, also two tiny glazing spots on the cover. A toy cup and saucer in this design were exhibited at the True Blue exhibition of British blue transfer printed earthenware at The Wedgwood Museum in 1998, when they were attributed to the Cambrian or Glamorgan Potteries at Swansea, under the pattern name of The Carter. This teapot has no maker's backstamp, but we believe it is more correctly attributed to Minton. The shape and design are both associated with that factory. Provenance: The Patricia Davies Collection.
Dimensions: 7.5 cm high, 0.150 ltr / 3 ins high, 0.25 pint
Our ref: 19CN24439
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Book Maker: Priestman  Pattern:Minton Printed Pottery
Book
Fabulous hard back book by Geoffrey H Priestman. An invaluable reference work and a fascinating account of the early years of Minton. 373 pages, 750 photographs including 115 in colour.
Dimensions: 30.5 cm x 22 cm / 12 ins x 8.75 ins
Our ref: BOOK046
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