Shucks, this item is SALE PENDING Scroll down for similar items
This is one of our favorite recent acquisitions. This charming little Victorian Nurseryware child’s mug was produced in England during the last quarter of the 19th century, circa 1880. The mug was produced by the Brownhills Pottery in Tunstall, Staffordshire, England. This fantastic transferware mug features the most stunning pattern. The central scene depicts the harbour at Copenhagen, Denmark. The mug also features an alphabet pattern; such designs were used as teaching aids for children during the 19th century. In the 1880s Brownhills did a complete series of pottery for children's nurseryware depicting both flora and fauna and famous places/famous landmarks. The mug also features a pretty rose which have been hand colored. To the base we find the registered design number (Rd Number) and the manufactures mark.
The font, design and the colors are timeless. This delightful mug has such a wide appeal!
Reference: Page 298, Plate 1213 in ‘Gifts for Good Children, The History of Children’s China 1790 – 1890’ by Noel Riley.
Measuring: Width including handle 3.75 inch (9.5 cm). Height 2.5 inch (6.5 cm).
Condition: Not pristine. As seen in our images that form part of the description, stable old hairline to base of handle, tiniest nibble to inner side of foot rim. Some light staining to interior, common with ceramics of this age.
FREE USA and UK Tracked Postage. We love to layaway 3 or 6 months, you choose.
If you are the pending buyer of this item, go to My Account to view, track and pay for this item.
Victorian Staffordshire Childs ABC Mug, Copenhagen, Denmark, English Transferware Nurseryware Mug Circa 1880 AF
$225 SALE PENDING
Email Shop Owner
|Est. Sales Tax:||Item is not available|