CASTELAR was a transfer printed pattern of dinnerware made by T. & R. Boote, Waterloo Staffordshire England Pottery. The pottery closed in 1906. This is a sauce tureen, lid, and ladle. The pattern has a small floral pattern. The lid has a twisted handle and raised design around the edge. It has very worn gilded decoration. The lid has the major flaw in that there is a rather large chip on one end. The ladle has the green floral pattern and gilding on the handle and rim. The bowl has handles on both ends and a shapely form. It is printed on the outside and in the base of the bowl. It does have worn gilding as well. The bottom is marked with the pattern CASTELAR. have seen this pattern in brown as well. The bowl measures 8 1/2" long handle to handle. The lid fits nicely. With the lid the height is 4 1/2". The ladle measures 6 1/2" long. The above mentioned chip on the lid, wear to the gilding, and wear are the only condition problems. I will be listing other pieces of this set separately.
Variety: Of Antiques & Collectibles. Pottery, China,- Pottery. Tins, Boxes, Paintings, Prints
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