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Pratt Native China - 27 items found.

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Plate c1890 Maker: Pratt  Pattern:Native
Plate c1890
Gorgeous plate printed in a rich blue. Backstamp: Native. A little very minor wear to the outer rim otherwise superb condition.
Dimensions: 21.5 cm / 8.5 ins
Our ref: 19CN43920

Vase with Cover c1900 Maker: Pratt  Pattern:Native
Vase with Cover c1900
A lovely bulbous vase with cover. Backstamp: Pratts Native Scenery. Crazed and print quality a little poor in places otherwise excellent condition.
Dimensions: Overall height 18 cm / Overall height 7 ins
Our ref: PRATT44523

Jug or Pitcher c1900 Maker: Pratt  Pattern:Native Scenery
Jug or Pitcher c1900
F and R Pratt of Fenton, Staffordshire produced their Native Scenery from about 1880 to 1920. It is the same design as Native made by W Adams of Stoke in the 1820s and it seems likely that Pratts acquired the printing plates from the Adams factory at some point and re-introduced the pattern as Pratts Native Scenery. The scene is believed to depict Lady Eleanor Butler and Miss Sarah Ponsonby known as The Ladies of Llangollen who lived together in north Wales from 1790 to 1831. A gorgeous small straight sided jug. Light all over crazing otherwise absolutely fine.
Dimensions: 9 cm high / 3.5 ins high
Our ref: PRATT30722

Teapot Stand c1930s Maker: Pratt  Pattern:Native Scenery
Teapot Stand c1930s
Lovely stand with embossed detail to the rim. Backstamp: Pratts Native Scenery. Light crazing and a little minor wear to the embossed detail and a very small manufacturing chip to the rim which has been glazed over, overall excellent condition.
Dimensions: 14.5 cm / 5.75 ins
Our ref: PRATT47289

Coffee Pot c1900 Maker: Pratt  Pattern:Native Scenery
Coffee Pot c1900
A fabulous pot beautifully decorated around the body and with gorgeous floral decorationto the cover, around the rim, along the spout and to the handle. This is the same design as Native made by W Adams of Stoke in the 1820s and it seems likely that Pratts acquired the printing plates from the Adams factory at some point and re-introduced the pattern as Pratts Native Scenery. The scene is believed to depict Lady Eleanor Butler and Miss Sarah Ponsonby known as The Ladies of Llangollen who lived together in north Wales from 1790 to 1831. Backstamp: Pratts Native Scenery. It is crazed with a little discolouration inside to the base otherwise excellent condition. A truly lovely pot.
Dimensions: 1.2 ltr, overall height 19.5 cm / 2 pint, overall height 7.75 ins
Our ref: PRATT42252

Dish c1900 Maker: Pratt  Pattern:Native Scenery
Dish c1900
Very pretty shallow wavy rim dish in this lovely pattern. The scene is believed to depict Lady Eleanor Butler and Miss Sarah Ponsonby known as The Ladies of Llangollen who lived together in north Wales from 1790 to 1831. Backstamp: Pratts Native Scenery. Light all over crazing otherwise excellent condition.
Dimensions: 24 cm across, 4.5 cm high / 9.5 ins across, 1.75 ins high
Our ref: PRATT41601

Pickle Dish c1900 Maker: Pratt  Pattern:Native Scenery
Pickle Dish c1900
F and R Pratt of Fenton, Staffordshire produced their Native Scenery from about 1880 to 1920. It is the same design as Native made by W Adams of Stoke in the 1820s and it seems likely that Pratts acquired the printing plates from the Adams factory at some point and re-introduced the pattern as Pratts Native Scenery. The scene is believed to depict Lady Eleanor Butler and Miss Sarah Ponsonby known as The Ladies of Llangollen who lived together in north Wales from 1790 to 1831. This pretty little dish has pattern on the inside only. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: 11 cm across, 2.5 cm high / 4.25 ins across, 1 ins high
Our ref: PRATT29809

Basket c1890 Maker: Pratt  Pattern:Native Scenery
Basket c1890
F and R Pratt of Fenton, Staffordshire produced their Native Scenery from about 1880 to 1920. It is the same design as Native made by W Adams of Stoke in the 1820s and it seems likely that Pratts acquired the printing plates from the Adams factory at some point and re-introduced the pattern as Pratts Native Scenery. The scene is believed to depict Lady Eleanor Butler and Miss Sarah Ponsonby known as The Ladies of Llangollen who lived together in north Wales from 1790 to 1831. This oval basket has moulding to the oval body and is printed both on the interior and exterior. There are a couple of minor stress or firing cracks occurring during manufacture where the handles join the body. The glaze is lightly crazed and there are three stilt marks in the base of the bowl. Under the foot rim is a small chip. Overall bright and clean. Length is from handle to handle. A charming and decorative piece, which depicts a historic rural scene.
Dimensions: length 30 cm width 19 cm height 7.5 cm / length 11.75 ins width 7.5 ins height 3 ins
Our ref: PRATT20462

Plate c1920s Maker: Pratt  Pattern:Native Scenery
Plate c1920s
Bone china. Grogeous plate with fabulous scene surrounded by a lovely floral border. Backstamp: Pratts Native Scenery. This must have been made however by Cauldon who took over Pratts in 1920, as Pratts did not produce bone china. On the back there are some manufacturing faults with gritty glaze and a small firing crack (the latter always sounds worse than it looks!) To the front however there are just a few tiny pieces of grit in the glaze making it a fabulous display piece.
Dimensions: 26 cm / 10.25 ins
Our ref: PRATT47477

Plate c1900 Maker: Pratt  Pattern:Native Scenery
Plate c1900
A delightful coupe plate. Light crazing otherwise excellent condition.
Dimensions: 24 cm / 9.5 ins
Our ref: PRATT40584

Candlestick c1900 Maker: Pratt  Pattern:Native Scenery
Candlestick c1900
F and R Pratt of Fenton, Staffordshire produced their Native Scenery from about 1880 to 1920. It is the same design as Native made by W Adams of Stoke in the 1820s and it seems likely that Pratts acquired the printing plates from the Adams factory at some point and re-introduced the pattern as Pratts Native Scenery. The scene is believed to depict Lady Eleanor Butler and Miss Sarah Ponsonby known as The Ladies of Llangollen who lived together in north Wales from 1790 to 1831. This is a lovely column candlestick on a square stand. Backstamp: Pratts Native Scenery. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: 14 cm high, base 9 cm across / 5.5 ins high, base 3.5 ins across
Our ref: PRATT40930

Candlestick Chamber c1900 Maker: Pratt  Pattern:Native Scenery
Candlestick Chamber c1900
F and R Pratt of Fenton, Staffordshire produced their Native Scenery from about 1880 to 1920. It is the same design as Native made by W Adams of Stoke in the 1820s and it seems likely that Pratts acquired the printing plates from the Adams factory at some point and re-introduced the pattern as Pratts Native Scenery. The scene is believed to depict Lady Eleanor Butler and Miss Sarah Ponsonby known as The Ladies of Llangollen who lived together in north Wales from 1790 to 1831. This short candlestick comes complete with an integral draught shield. Inside and outside the draught shield is a delightful scene of a horse and four figures, with a pretty floral border around the rim, candle sconce and along the handle. All over crazing.
Dimensions: 10 cm base diameter, 13 cm overall height / 4 ins base diameter, 5 ins overall height
Our ref: PRATT27600

Vase c1930s Maker: Pratt  Pattern:Native Scenery
Vase c1930s
Delightful little hexagonal vase. Backstamp: Pratts Native Scenery. Underneath the glaze is a little rough otherwise excellent condition.
Dimensions: 12 cm high / 4.75 ins high
Our ref: PRATT47151

Vase c1900 Maker: Pratt  Pattern:Native Scenery
Vase c1900
This is the same design as Native made by W Adams of Stoke in the 1820s and it seems likely that Pratts acquired the printing plates from the Adams factory at some point and re-introduced the pattern as Pratts Native Scenery. The scene is believed to depict Lady Eleanor Butler and Miss Sarah Ponsonby known as The Ladies of Llangollen who lived together in north Wales from 1790 to 1831. This is a lovely small hexagonal vase. Backstamp: Pratts Native Scenery Crazed and it has a manufacturing chip underneath which just peeps through and another very small one to the foot rim. Both would have happened during manufacture and are glazed.
Dimensions: 11.5 cm high / 4.5 ins high
Our ref: PRATT40918

Vase c1900 Maker: Pratt  Pattern:Native Scenery
Vase c1900
Pretty little hexagonal vase. Backstamp: Pratts Native Scenery. Crazed and there is a small manufacturing chip to the rim which has been glazed and decorated.
Dimensions: 16.5 cm high / 6.5 ins high
Our ref: PRATT43863

Cache Pot c1930s Maker: Pratt  Pattern:Native Scenery
Cache Pot c1930s
A fabulous small pot standing on three small feet and resembling a cauldron! Backstamp: Pratts Native Scenery and impressed Wardle. Crazed with a little minor discolouration inside and one of the feet has a small discreet chip. Overall a delightful piece.
Dimensions: 13.5 cm deep, 14 cm diameter at neck / 5.25 ins deep, 5.5 ins diameter at neck
Our ref: PRATT47071

Cache Pot small c1900 Maker: Pratt  Pattern:Native Scenery
Cache Pot small c1900
Absolutely gorgeous small square cache pot with the moulding of a panelled and ribbed wooden garden tub. Backstamp: Pratts Native Scenery. Crazed with a little minor discolouration inside, otherwise excellent condition.
Dimensions: 9 cm across, 9 cm high / 3.5 ins across, 3.5 ins deep
Our ref: PRATT35896

Vase c1900 Maker: Pratt  Pattern:Native Scenery
Vase c1900
Quite an unusual shaped hexagonal vase with the top resembling the sconce of a candlestick. Backstamp: Pratts Native Scenery. Crazed with some wear underneath otherwise excellent condition.
Dimensions: 16.5 cm high / 6.5 ins high
Our ref: PRATT44261

Cache Pot c1910 Maker: Pratt  Pattern:Native Scenery
Cache Pot c1910
Delightful cache pot. The scene is believed to depict Lady Eleanor Butler and Miss Sarah Ponsonby known as The Ladies of Llangollen who lived in north Wales from 1790 to 1831. Backstamp: Pratts Native Scenery and impressed Wardle England. Crazed with a little discolouration inside.
Dimensions: 12 cm diameter at top, 11.5 cm deep / 4.75 ins diameter at top, 4.5 ins deep
Our ref: PRATT49394

Vase c1915 Maker: Pratt  Pattern:Native Scenery
Vase c1915
Delightful vase with gently flared rim and foot. The scene is believed to depict Lady Eleanor Butler and Miss Sarah Ponsonby known as The Ladies of Llangollen who lived together in north Wales from 1790 to 1831. Backstamp: Pratts Native Scenery and impressed Wardle 1915. It has a very small glazing blemish on the outside and there is a little wear under the foot otherwise excellent condition.
Dimensions: 15.5 cm high / 6 ins high
Our ref: PRATT42629

Vase c1900 Maker: Pratt  Pattern:Native Scenery
Vase c1900
F and R Pratt of Fenton, Staffordshire produced their Native Scenery from about 1880 to 1920. It is the same design as Native made by W Adams of Stoke in the 1820s and it seems likely that Pratts acquired the printing plates from the Adams factory at some point and re-introduced the pattern as Pratts Native Scenery. The scene is believed to depict Lady Eleanor Butler and Miss Sarah Ponsonby known as The Ladies of Llangollen who lived together in north Wales from 1790 to 1831. Lovely little six sided vase with gently flared rim. There is small chip under the foot and a little roughness to the glaze inside to the base otherwise excellent condition.
Dimensions: 17 cm high / 6.5 ins high
Our ref: PRATT35777

Vase with Cover c1900 Maker: Pratt  Pattern:Native Scenery
Vase with Cover c1900
A lovely small hexagonal vase with delightful scene around the body and a pretty floral border around the top of the vase and to the cover. Backstamp: Pratts Native Scenery. Light all over crazing otherwise excellent condition.
Dimensions: 16.5 cm overall height / 6.5 ins overall height
Our ref: PRATT30789

Rose Bowl c1900 Maker: Pratt  Pattern:Native Scenery
Rose Bowl c1900
F and R Pratt of Fenton, Staffordshire produced their Native Scenery from about 1880 to 1920. It is the same design as Native made by W Adams of Stoke in the 1820s and it seems likely that Pratts acquired the printing plates from the Adams factory at some point and re-introduced the pattern as Pratts Native Scenery. The scene is believed to depict Lady Eleanor Butler and Miss Sarah Ponsonby known as The Ladies of Llangollen who lived together in north Wales from 1790 to 1831. This is a very pretty rose bowl, but lacks the internal wire. It has a round moulded body and stands an a small round foot. Excellent condition
Dimensions: 12 cm diameter, 12 cm high / 4.75 ins diameter, 4.75 ins high
Our ref: PRATT34870

Vases Pair c1910 Maker: Pratt  Pattern:Native Scenery
Vases Pair c1910
F and R Pratt of Fenton, Staffordshire produced their Native Scenery from about 1880 to 1920. It is the same design as Native made by W Adams of Stoke in the 1820s and it seems likely that Pratts acquired the printing plates from the Adams factory at some point and re-introduced the pattern as Pratts Native Scenery. The scene is believed to depict Lady Eleanor Butler and Miss Sarah Ponsonby known as The Ladies of Llangollen who lived together in north Wales from 1790 to 1831. These small vases are square with a gently flared foot and rim. They have light all over crazing otherwise absolutely fine. Not marked but definitely Pratts.
Dimensions: 12 cm high, 5 cm across base / 4.75 ins high, 2 ins across base
Our ref: PRATT31527

Cache Pot or Jardiniere c1920 Maker: Pratt  Pattern:Native Scenery
Cache Pot or Jardiniere c1920
F and R Pratt of Fenton, Staffordshire produced their Native Scenery from about 1880 to 1920. It is the same design as Native made by W Adams of Stoke in the 1820s and it seems likely that Pratts acquired the printing plates from the Adams factory at some point and re-introduced the pattern as Pratts Native Scenery. In the early 1920s Pratts and Wardle both became part of Cauldon. The scene is believed to depict Lady Eleanor Butler and Miss Sarah Ponsoby known as the Ladies of Llangollen, who lived together in north Wales from 1790 to 1831. The glaze is crazed and has taken up some associated staining and there are two hairlines in the base. Not for use, but does make an unusual display piece. Impressed backstamp Wardle and blue printed cartouche Pratts Native Scenery.
Dimensions: 16 cm high 17 cm diameter / 6.25 ins high 6.75 ins diameter
Our ref: PRATT31705

Vases Pair c1920s Maker: Pratt  Pattern:Native Scenery
Vases Pair c1920s
F and R Pratt of Fenton, Staffordshire produced their Native Scenery from about 1880 to 1920. It is the same design as Native made by W Adams of Stoke in the 1820s and it seems likely that Pratts acquired the printing plates from the Adams factory at some point and re-introduced the pattern as Pratts Native Scenery. The scene is believed to depict Lady Eleanor Butler and Miss Sarah Ponsonby known as The Ladies of Llangollen who lived together in north Wales from 1790 to 1831. These vases are an absolute delight! Small hexagonal vases in superb condition. Blue printed backstamp Pratts Native Scenery and impressed Wardle. From the early 1920s Pratts and Wardle were both part of Cauldon Potteries.
Dimensions: 12.5 cm high / 4.75 ins high
Our ref: PRATT31502

Cache Pot or Jardiniere c1890 Maker: Pratt  Pattern:Native Scenery
Cache Pot or Jardiniere c1890
F and R Pratt of Fenton, Staffordshire produced their Native Scenery from about 1880 to 1920. It is the same design as Native made by W Adams of Stoke in the 1820s and it seems likely that Pratts acquired the printing plates from the Adams factory at some point and re-introduced the pattern as Pratts Native Scenery. The scene is believed to depict Lady Eleanor Butler and Miss Sarah Ponsoby known as the Ladies of Llangollen, who lived together in north Wales from 1790 to 1831. This jardiniere or cache pot is in good condition, although the glaze is crazed and it has taken up some staining mainly around the top and internally. There is a manufacturing glazing fault on one side, not affecting a significant part of the design. A rare piece in a strongly collected pattern.
Dimensions: 18.5 cm high diameter 19 cm neck 13.5 cm base / 7.25 ins high diameter 7.5 ins neck 5.25 ins base
Our ref: PRATT20859


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