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Chetham Willow China - 5 items found.

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Wash Bowl c1845 Maker: Chetham  Pattern:Chinese Pagoda
Wash Bowl c1845
This bowl is attributed to Jonathan Lowe Chetham of Commerce Steet, Longton active 1841 to 1862, from the initials JC in the backstamp. Usually the initials JC are attributed to Joseph Clementson, but the Chetham, Robinson & Son partnership, which preceded Jonathan Lowe Chetham at Commerce Street are known to have produced ewers and wash bowls in this Chinese Pagoda pattern, with a similar backstamp. The eastern scene is printed in a bright blue and the potting of the ewer is quite "chunky". Chinese Pagoda was a pattern name used also by Bovey Tracey Pottery Co and Elkin Knight and Bridgwood, but any similarities between the patterns are slight. Backstamp: blue printed cartouche backstamp with the pattern name Chinese Pagoda and the initials JC.
Dimensions: 36.5 cm diameter 11.5 cm high / 14.5 ins diameter 4.5 ins high
Our ref: 19CN99997

Ewer c1845 Maker: Chetham  Pattern:Chinese Pagoda
Ewer c1845
This ewer is attributed to Jonathan Lowe Chetham of Commerce Steet, Longton active 1841 to 1862. It has no backstamp, but was associated with a wash bowl with a printed cartouche backstamp with the pattern name Chinese Pagoda and the initials JC. Usually the initials JC are attributed to Joseph Clementson, but the Chetham, Robinson & Son partnership, which preceded Jonathan Lowe Chetham at Commerce Street are known to have produced ewers and wash bowls in this Chinese Pagoda pattern, with a similar backstamp. Chinese Pagoda was a pattern name used also by Bovey Tracey Pottery Co and Elkin Knight and Bridgwood, but any similarities between the patterns are slight. The eastern scene is printed in a bright blue and the potting of the ewer is quite "chunky". The glaze has crazed all over and taken up light staining here and there. There are two firing cracks; one inside and one at the bottom of the front seam. Fundamentally this ewer is in good condition and if you like your antiques to look antique this is one for you.
Dimensions: 28.5 cm high / 11.25 ins high
Our ref: 19CN35868

Cheese Stand c1850 Maker: Chetham  Pattern:Willow
Cheese Stand c1850
Fabulous large stand, beautifully patterned on top, underneath and to the foot. Backstamp: Warranted JLC. Light all over crazing with the occasional tiny blemish and just a hint of discolouration. Overall excellent condition.
Dimensions: 31.5 cm diameter, 7.5 cm high / 12.5 ins diameter, 3 ins high
Our ref: WLPT57166

Ewer c1840 Maker: Chetham and Robinson  Pattern:Chinese Pagoda
Ewer c1840
Wonderful ewer with a beautifully shaped body and ornate scroll handle. Made by Chetham, Robinson & Son, one of a number of Chetham partnerships of Commerce Street, Longton, this one active 1834 to 1840 Backstamp: blue printed cartouche Chinese Pagoda C R & S. There is a little discolouration inside to the base, a small firing fault around the top and a little discolouration around the rim, of the foot. Overall in excellent condition.
Dimensions: 2.7 ltr, 28 cm high / 4.5 pint, 11 ins high
Our ref: 19CN46350

Bowl c1840 Maker: Chetham and Robinson  Pattern:Willow
Bowl c1840
This large round bowl with a white gadroon rim was made by Chetham, Robinson & Son active 1834 to 1841 at Commerce Street, Longton, Staffordshire. Bowls of this size were either large serving dishes or small wash bowls and are not seen that often today. The glaze is finely crazed and has taken up some overall light staining, mainly visible on the outside. There are three old minor knocks to the gadroon rim and a small chip on the foot rim. Otherwise good condition. Blue printed backstamp with the word Warranted over Royal Coat of Arms, with the initials CR&S below.
Dimensions: 32.5 cm diameter 7 cm high / 13 ins diameter 2.75 ins high
Our ref: WLPT29581


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