Who cannot resist the charms of English lustreware as there is something about those metallic pinky purples that are of endless appeal. Don't forget that the use of these vibrant metal oxides was an expensive process for the potteries back in the 1830s. Nearly two hundred years later we are still enjoying the decorative appeal of these antique delights.
This wonderful, small, pink luster mug was produced in Sunderland during the 19th century, circa 1830. This footed pearlware mug features the most vibrant pink lustre that has the most perfect shine even after all these years. We adore the naively painted country cottage. This little mug is perfect for anyone who loves early English pottery. It works beautifully with folk art and primitives upon your dresser. We have filled it with a glass of English summer flowers for some display inspiration.
Measuring: Width including handle 3.5 inch (9 cm) by height 2.75 inch (7 cm).
Condition: Some surface grazes to the glaze on the top rim. A small old touched up surface chip. Some very old staining to base of interior of mug.
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19th Century Pink Sunderland Lustre Mug, Pink Luster Cup, Country House, English Circa 1830
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