Antique White Ironstone Pitcher - Ewer 12" Dale Hall Burslem England

Antique White Ironstone Pitcher - Ewer 12" Dale Hall Burslem England

Regular price $209.00

Product Description:   A charming white ironstone pitcher - ewer made in Dale Hall, Burslem, England. It’s rather large, wide and hefty measuring 12 inches tall, 9 inches wide and weighing just over 5 pounds. Take notice of the raised, scalloped design on the top portion and bottom belly with a nice glossy finish. It bears an incised makers’ mark on the unglazed bottom ring which is not fully legible, possibly by James Edwards, Dale Hall although not confirmed. A beautiful, functional and decorative piece from the mid-1800s in cared for condition.

Note:  Please refer to “Condition” for additional information. 

Circa: Mid to later 1800s

Height: 12”
Width: 9” (handle to spout)
Base Diameter: 6 ½”

Capacity: 4.50-4.75 Quarts

Product Weight:  5 pounds 4 ounces

Color:  White

Primary Material:  Ironstone

Style: Farmhouse, Country Cottage

Markings: DALE HALL (is legible), *** Edwards (not legible) impressed mark (refer to photographs)

Origin: Dale Hall, Burslem, England

Condition:  Previously owned - used.  Condition is consistent with age and use. Very good condition. No cracks or repairs. Light wear on unglazed base rim. Some light scratches and earlier glaze pops, pin holes on inside edge and body (as shown). A small "glaze bump" on lower body (as shown). Minimal crazing, if any.

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