Antique "Old Hall" Vase made at Hadley, Stoke-on- Trent, Staffordshire prior to 1897.. probably 1887 .. with super- fine raised gold embossing on hand-painted roses & leaves, some on a deep midnight cobalt ground.. very interesting way the gold is applied; no loss of gold.. nor to raised designs.... Measures 10 1/2" high x 6" across the bottom x 18" circumference.. With red castle mark & 1790 on base..
Company started by Charles & Christopher Whitehead producers of salt-glazed white stoneware as early as 1780. Then Job Meigh (1750-1817) took over until 1862 when his grandson took over and it became 'Old Hall Earthenware Co'. ; the first limited liability company in North Staffordshire.. In 1887 until its closure in 1902 was run as the 'Old Hall Porcelain Works'. Theodore Dresser appears to have designed for them in 1884-1886. Condition; appears very good.. no crackling on surface,
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