Antique 19th C Sunderland Pink Luster / Lustre Ware Teapot W/ Transfers Nr Yqz


Antique 19th C Sunderland Pink Luster / Lustre Ware Teapot W/ Transfers Nr  Yqz

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Antique 19th C Sunderland Pink Luster / Lustre Ware Teapot W/ Transfers Nr Yqz:
$128


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Up in this sale is an Antique Sunderland Pink Luster Teapot. This teapot has beautiful transfers on the sides and cover. The sides depict the scene of two young maidens spying on a young sleeping bow hunter. The cover depicts two different landscape scenes, one of an old stone bridge & the other two people in a row boat on a lake in front of a large home. This piece is in wonderful condition with the exception of having a small chip to the cover and has a few hairlines, but still so beautiful. It measures approx. 5 3/4" high & 10" across. Good Luck!

We found the following on Wikipedia:

Sunderland Lustreware is a type of pottery originating from Sunderland, England.

Several potteries were located along the banks of the River Wear in Sunderland in the Nineteenth Century. Though many made everyday tableware, some of them made a distinct type which became known as Sunderland Lustreware. Indeed similar pottery made in Tyneside (Newcastle upon Tyne and North Shields) and in Staffordshire also received this designation in later years.

This pottery is now very collectible. It is normally found in a pink form, but orange and other colours are also found. Typical pieces are religious plaques, and jugs featuring a design incorporating the bridge over the River Wear, or various heraldic - especially Masonic - devices. Most of the pieces available today were produced in Anthony Scott's Pottery in Southwick, Dawson's Pottery in Low Ford (now South Hylton), or at Dixon, Austin & Co.

Estimated shipping weight, (packaged) is 3 lbs in a 14 x 10 x 10 box. The Calculator is not always right - if the shipping looks too high email us and we will give you an accurate quote prior to the sale ending. ************ What a great find!
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Antique 19th C Sunderland Pink Luster / Lustre Ware Teapot W/ Transfers Nr Yqz:
$128

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