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VINTAGE Batten Road

Antique Ironstone Pitcher and Basin

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Est. Arrival: Sep 30 - Oct 03
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CARE hand-wash
COLOR white/gold/blue
CONDITION Very Good; a few faint water stains in basin, light crazing
DIMENSIONS 15" W x 12" H
ERA Antique
MADE OF ironstone ceramic
SKU 77520891
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Sep 30 - Oct 03
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Batten Road was born in the ‘70s when a crazed book-lover returned from college to work in Soho at one of the country's (world's??) most famous Art & Architecture bookstores. To feed the addiction (and rent), she quickly picked up two other jobs so the love affair with books need not end. Eventually, the addiction grew to hunting for wonderful decorative accessories, furniture, tabletop and lighting.
Why we love this
Unusual American Ironstone set, c1900, shows both traditional European influence along with early modern detail. Traditional pitcher has heavy gilt luster along with dappled gilt glaze for a shadow effect. Bowl has scalloped edge with dappled gilt and paneled sides and tree motif in relief. Both pieces with more modernist crescent motif, hand painted in gold and blue. Both in fine vintage condition with light crazing to upper pitcher area and a couple faint stains to basin. Marked on bottom.
About the Seller
Batten Road was born in the ‘70s when a crazed book-lover returned from college to work in Soho at one of the country's (world's??) most famous Art & Architecture bookstores. To feed the addiction (and rent), she quickly picked up two other jobs so the love affair with books need not end. Eventually, the addiction grew to hunting for wonderful decorative accessories, furniture, tabletop and lighting.