The Large Victorian Rose Jug representing a spun form has spreading foot with a loop handle and a lip spout, made from previously hidden away mould uniquely used to create this delightful pot to the original 1920s specifications.
The jug has embossed onto the front side a sprig of roses.
- Height 8 ½” (21.5cm)
Royal Creamware was last produced by Royal Winton 'Grimwades' in Longton Stoke on Trent, England during the early 2000's. This item is from the last batch manufactured and we hold all the remaining stock at World Wide Shopping Mall.
Short History of Creamware
With its original roots in Leeds, Classical Creamware as originally was named, changed its title to Royal Creamware. It then moved to Newton Aycliffe, County Durham in the North of England where it quickly established itself as a leader in pierced ware and creamware production. When the established chintz firm of Grimwades bought out the company, the production moved its base to Longton, which is one of the five pottery towns known as 'The Potteries'.
This handcrafted Leedsware china is highly collectible and was uniquely created to the 18th century specifications. Each piece was individually crafted by the potters in the Royal Creamware factory in England.
FREE DELIVERY is available with this product for any orders shipped to UK addresses. This is our standard delivery service for which we use Royal Mail Tracked 48. Royal Mail aim to deliver by the third working day after shipping.
Next Day Delivery Available
NEXT DAY DELIVERY on this product for UK is £5.99. We use the Royal Mail Tracked 24 Postal Service for orders placed, using the Next Day option at checkout. We ship orders Monday-Friday, so an order placed on one of these days should arrive the following day. Orders placed on a Saturday or Sunday would be shipped on the following Monday to arrive the next day (Excluding bank holidays).
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