After the end of WWII, the British ceramic industry moved to rebuilding the country through the export trade. Keele Street was a Staffordshire company that began in 1915. Shut down during the war, this line was introduced in 1946 after the start up of production. Both pieces of this whimsical line are hand decorated. The creamer is 2 7/8" high and 4 3/4" from spout to handle. The base is near 3" square and marked as shown. The covered sugar is 4" high with the lid in place and 3" square. The underglaze colors are brown, mint green, green and wine red.
There are no chips, cracks, fleabites or repairs to the creamer. The 7th picture shows a possible hairline to the sugar. It can't be felt so it could also be discolored crazing but I'll call it a fine hairline. Very nice display pieces.
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