For your consideration, I offer this lovely tea leaf ironstone ewer which was part of a early Victorian chamber or bath set. I do have the bowl as well but I have decided to sell them separately because they are very heavy and need large oversized boxes for transit. This piece was made by the famed English manufacturer, Anthony Shaw circa 1860. It always amazes me that many of these ironstone pieces look contemporary enough to making a striking accent in decorating a home over one hundred and fifty years later. The ewer is twelve inches tall to the top of the lip. The embossing of the lily-of-the-valley flowers is very good. The glaze shows no crazing. There are no chips or discoloration. The copper lustre decoration is strong. This is a great pitcher. It will be expensive to ship as it will weigh about eight pounds double oversized boxes so I offer two methods although I do consider ground shipping for an item like this these days to be much slower and riskier, so I offer more than one method. Please check my shop for the horizontal brush holder that matches this set plus a few other tea leaf articles. I no longer have room for these in the smaller home I have recently moved to. Send an email with any questions. .
1860s Shaw Lily-of-The-Valley Tea Leaf Ironstone Ewer