Our grouping of antique English lustreware features a warm coppery color with a blue floral motif. We are drawn to the matching blue band on all three of these pieces and hope you are, too!
This style of decorated pottery was popular in England in the 1800s where numerous Staffordshire factories manufactured copper lustre pieces that were unmarked, making it difficult to connect a piece to a specific maker or pottery.
This sweet trio will brighten up your mantle, dresser or just about anywhere you display them. They'll bring an old world feel to your modern farmhouse decor.
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- THREE pieces of lantique ustreware including a large pitcher, a small creamer/pitcher and matching bowl; all three have royal blue band in floral motif (as shown)
Very good vintage condition with wear consistent with age and use. All pieces show surface wear including scratches, marks, spots, discoloration, minor chips with scattered loss to finish (barley noticeable). Small pitcher has minor ship on spout (see last image). The large pitcher is darkened more than the other two pieces. The copper hue varies among the pieces. Unmarked. Bottom are glazed.