English Sponge Bowl w/ Strainer & Lid Crown Ducal Chintz Ascot Pattern 1920's England
Product Description: Imagine this English sponge bowl from the 1920's displayed your bathroom. Using sponge bowls were common during the Victorian period. Many kept their bathroom supplies such as towel horses, washstands, sponge bowls and chamber pots nearby in their bedroom. This 3 piece sponge bowl set in the Ascot transfer pattern by Crown Ducal – England boasts a colorful Chintz floral in pink, blue and yellow with green foliage and a creamy white interior.
Additional uses: As a soap dish for holding a small block of soap.
Note: Refer to "Condition" for additional information.
Included: Sponge bowl, strainer, lid
Style: English Country Cottage
Pattern: Ascot, Large Floral Chintz
Pitcher: Height: 11 ½” (tallest area)
Base: Height: 5 ½”, Diameter: 16 ½” (from top lip to lip)
Product Weight: 1 pound 2 ounces
Primary Material: Earthenware, Porcelain
Type: Polychrome transfer ware
Maker: A G. Richardson & Co Ltd
Trade Name: Crown Ducal
Condition: Previously owned - used. Overall good condition, consistent with age. No cracks. Chips are present; one ¼” chip on bowl, strainer is free of chips and cracks, Three small areas of nicks are present on underneath lip of lid (as shown). Light spot on bottom, inside of bowl.Shipping:
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