Antique Large 12 inch White English Ironstone Pitcher J & G Meakin Early Mark c. 1851-1890
Description: During the Victorian era, Ironstone pitchers and basins were commonly seen in most homes. This beautiful, crisp, white ironstone pitcher pre-1890 was made by J & G Meakin, England.. It stands 12 1/4” tall with a simple yet elegant shape. It features a smooth white surface with a “simple ½”band around the thumb rest area. The Royal Arms back stamp with lion couchant without the England stamp dates this pre-1890.
Note: Please refer to "Condition" for additional information.
Care: Hand wash soap and water
Circa: 1851 - 1890
Capacity: 16-17 cups, 4 Quarts
Height: 12 ¼”
Tip of Spout to End of Handle: 7 5/8” (approx.).
Round Footed Base: 5” diameter
Product Weight: 4 pounds 6 ounces
Markings: Ironstone China, J & G Meakin (with the Royal Arms stamp)
Style: French Country, Farmhouse, English Traditional
Maker: J & G Meakin
Origin: Staffordshire, England
Condition: Previously owned - used. Condition is consistent with age and use. Beautiful smooth surface. No repairs or noticeable crazing. An area of light discoloration dots/nicks which can only be seen closely (as shown). On the bottom of footed base there is a ½”chip/slice and 1 ½” thin crack on an area of footed base (as shown in photograph). One small glaze pop on inside. No leakage or signs of further damage.
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