Add some glamour to your table with this vintage Crown Devon small cream jug with gold lustre handle and interior, designed and made during the Art Deco period, 1920s/1930s. In immaculate condition.
Devon Pottery can trace its origins back to 1878 when Simon Fielding established Railway Pottery in Stoke-on-Trent; in 1911 the name of the factory changed from Railway Pottery to Devon Pottery.
The 1920s heralded the beginning of the Art Deco range, including brightly coloured lustre and enamel decorated ware. Designer Enoch Bolton joined Fielding in 1929, where he was responsible for the production of a huge range of striking Art Deco style wares that were released by the Devon Pottery in the 1930s, at the peak of the pottery's artistic design.
Backstamped with item number 1232
Dimensions: 3" / 7.5cm tall approx.
Please note this is a vintage piece. There is only one available and once it is gone it is gone!
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