c1910 Carrick's Dairy Co: Low Row, Yorkshire & Aspatria, Cumberland Blue Cream Pot Bottle
This is a lovely circa 1910 vintage Carrick's Cumberland Dairy Co Thick Cream stoneware crock, pot or jar with blue printed transferware text. It is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or repairs.
The text on this little blue and white pot reads:
Carrick's Cumberland Dairy Co. Ltd.
PURE THICK CREAM
Low Row & Aspatria
In 1910, according to Grace's Guide to British Industrial History, Carricks Cumberland Dairy Co. of Newcastle-upon-Tyne had working Creameries at Low Row, Yorkshire, and Aspatria, Cumberland, England. This is a beautiful piece with a great blue strike, see photos. It is a clean and an original stoneware cream pot with no chips, cracks or repairs, beautiful condition. It does have firing imperfections as stoneware does, do look at all photos closely.
A beautiful piece that we were thrilled to find in Devon, England. It is from the Edwardian era in England, the reign of King Edward VII from 1901 to 1910, which is is generally expanded to the start of the First World War.
Size: 4 inches tall x 2.5 inches wide
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c1910 Carrick's Dairy Advertising English Edwardian era Cream Pot or Bottle
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