Antique White Ironstone Pitcher and Basin Wheat Pattern Turner, Goddard & Co. England

Antique White Ironstone Pitcher and Basin Wheat Pattern Turner, Goddard & Co. England

Regular price $265.00

Product Description:   Enhance your home décor with this charming White Victorian Ironstone Pitcher and Basin from the late 1800s by Turner, Goddard & Co. England. Standing just over 12 inches tall they showcase the raised Wheat Pattern on the ribbed pitcher and inner edge of basin. A beautiful set to own and display in any room of your home. It bears the early Turner Goddard & Co. black mark on pitcher and what appears to be a Diamond Registry mark on basin.

Circa: 1867-1874

Note:  Please refer to "Condition" for additional information

Care: Hand Wash Only.

Pitcher – Height: 12”, Width: 8”, Base Diameter: 4 1/2"
Basin: 14” Diameter, Height: 4”

Capacity: 4.00-4.25 Quarts

Color:  White

Pattern: Wheat

Markings:  Royal Patent Ironstone Turner, Goddard & Co (on pitcher). On basin: Mark in black on the base of the pitcher and what appears to be an illegible Diamond Registry Mark on the bottom of basin (as shown). 

Material: Ironstone

Product Weight: 6 pounds 1 ounce

Condition: Previously owned - used.  Condition is considered “Good”. Over 150 years old. Typical light crazing is present although not discolored or yellowed. Clean inside. Interior basin exhibits some scratches and normal wear most likely from pitcher base. Some pin holes in the glaze, more so in basin. Clean with no chips or cracks.

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