VICTORIAN AESTHETIC ERA
BLACK TRANSFERWARE POT LID
KEDDIE'S GORGONA ANCHOVY PASTE
Made in the Staffordshire Region of England
This Victorian 3 3/4 " wide x 1 5/8 " tall covered ceramic earthenware container was made during Victorian times and contained a finely ground Anchovy fish paste imported from the Isle of Gorgona off the Tuscan coast of Italy. During Victorian and Edwardian times, these pots allowed people to keep fish and bloater pastes without spoiling.
Victorian Anchovy Paste, a popular edible paste, made by Keddie's, a famous fish sauce warehouse for the upper class located at Page Street in Westminster.
The piece is in great condition. Base has age toning.
Item ID: AMT1537
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