The William and Edward Corn factory operated in Burslem, Staffordshire, England from 1850 when they inherited the company from their father. The firm produced ironstone pottery from 1864 until 1891. We believe this wonderful antique ironstone pitcher dates to the midpoint of this period. With fluted or melon ribs and sheaves of wheat embossed on the upper sides and handle, this piece is a wonderful addition to a white ironstone collection. It's large, standing 8" tall and is perfect for serving beverages or used as a vase. There are no chips or cracks, though there is a faint spider mark in the very bottom--we tried to get a photo. There is also an old repair to the bottom rim as pictured. Marked as shown.
This pitcher weighs 2 lbs before packing, and shipping will be via USPS Priority Mail.
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