A lovely Staffordshire Early Adams Rose Variant Spatterware milk pitcher with an all over design in deep red roses, dark green foliage, and cobalt blue thistles.
Spatterware, also known in England as Spongeware, began as a cheaper utilitarian tableware made for the common man in the early 19th century. Most of the pieces now collected came from Staffordshire, England and are rarely marked. Many of these goods were also produced for export especially to the American market where they were used to decorate summer cottages and second homes. Now considered Folk Art, these primitive pieces have become desirable as charming collectibles.
Original "Adams Rose" was first produced by Adams and then widely copied by others. The pitcher is in excellent condition.
Size: 9 1/8" (top of the handle).
Item ID: PS101225
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