"Victoria" English Flow Blue Ironstone Cream Pitcher

This English flow blue pitcher was used for cream and was probably part of a tea set originally. The pitcher is sturdy ironstone pottery. It is very old, mid-to late nineteenth century, and shows some crazing and staining from use. The design is a pretty floral one different on each side. It may be hand-decorated instead of transfer-ware. The mark indicates a Staffordshire pottery; the pattern is called "Victoria." Except for the crazing and staining, this little creamer is in very nice condition with no chips, scratches, hairlines, or other damage. It is 4 1/2" tall, 5 1/2" long, and 3 1/2" wide.

Item ID: 1113B

$88 USD

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