Rare Blue Victorian English KILTIE Pot Lid 1918Rare Blue Victorian English KILTIE Pot Lid 1918Rare Blue Victorian English KILTIE Pot Lid 1918Rare Blue Victorian English KILTIE Pot Lid 1918

EARLY BLUE TRANSFERWARE POT LID

MAC FISHERIES KILTIE DELICACIES

Birmingham, England

c. 1918

This early version 3 7/8 " wide ceramic earthenware pot lid was made to hold fish and fish paste during post Victorian times. A very attractive pot lid with fabulous transfers around the pot as well as inside the lid.

Lord Leverhulme had taken a boat trip and fallen in love with the Western Isles of Scotland. In May 1918 at the age of 66, he bought the Isle of Lewis for £167,000. Convinced that he could resurrect the fishing industry, he set about investing in all aspects of the supporting industries and supply/distribution chain.
Leverhulme's plan was to build an ice-making plant, building refrigerated cargo ships to take fish to a depot and where he would build herring-curing facilities, a canning factory and a plant installed to make fish paste and fish cakes.

Rare to find in any condition. Basically in outstanding condition.

ITEM ID
AMT2801
TYPE
Pottery
ITEM TYPE
Antique
ORIGIN
England • English
STYLE
Victorian
COLOR
Blue

Rare Blue Victorian English KILTIE Pot Lid 1918

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