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Danity Pointons Cream Ware TeaCup Bluebell Flowers

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Danity Pointons Cream Ware TeaCup Bluebell Flowers Elagant Creamware porcelain base color cream ,Ribbed Rim Accented In Gold. Inside rim is like a gold splatter artist signed ( refer to photo's ) Small bluebell flowers W/a raised gold outline. Scrolled handle. Condition: Mint except for 1 small chip inside rim. Measures: 2 1/4 Dia 2" Tall History: Pointon & Co operated the Norfolk Street Works In Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire from 1883 to 1916. They were china manufacturers. In 1787, the record runs, ‘Thomas Wedgwood, Manufacturer of Cream-coloured Ware and China glazed Ware, painted with blue’ worked the Overhouse Pottery at Burslem. The old works were situated at the back and side of the Overhouse, with entrance in Wedgwood Place, where that street joined Scotia Road. Early in the nineteenth century, the Overhouse Works were occupied by Goodfellow & Bathwell, who were succeeded in 1819 by Edward Challinor, and from about 1828 by William Pointon. In 1856, they passed to Morgan, Williams & Co., afterwards to Morgan, Wood & Co. who, in 1861, were succeeded by Allman, Broughton & Co., and later by Robinson, Kirkham & Co. Formerly the works were occupied by R.G.Scrivener & Co. Thank You For Stopping In!!! Shipping: Small flatrate Unless you have a shipping preferance. Then please feel free to E-Mail me.

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