Antique English Blue Ironstone Transferware Pitcher CIRCASSIA Cobridge John Alcock
Product Description: A beautiful piece of 19th century, blue and white transferware Ironstone pitcher in the Circassia pattern made in Cobridge, Stoke-on-Trent, England by John Alcock. Highly decorated it stands 11 inches tall with a slender, eight paneled Octagon form. A collector piece over 160 years old in nice condition.
Note: Refer to “Condition” for additional information.
Circa: Mid 1800s, most likely 1853-1861
Dimensions: Height: 11 inches
Capacity: 9-10 cups, 2 Quarts +
Weight: 3 pounds 6 ounces
Material: Earthenware, Ironstone
Maker: John Alcock
Origin: Cobridge, England
Original or Reproduction: Original
Style: English Country Cottage
Markings: John Alcock Circassia Cobridge (in a blue oval)
Condition: Previously owned - used. Condition is consistent with age and use. Good condition. Inside is clean with a few glaze pops in bottom. Some roughness and bubbling in glaze underneath spout. Minimal light wear to color. Light wear on base with a 1/4" crack which appears to be more in the glaze but is present (as shown). Does not appear to effect the quality of the piece.
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