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Child's Pitcher & Bowl

DAVIS & TAFT

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Child's Pitcher & Bowl
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Product Information

Era:

Antique

Condition:

Very Good; some wear to the lettering

Country of Origin:

England

Materials:

ceramic

Size:

2.5" W x 4.5" H

Color/Finish:

cream/multi

Why We Love This

This charming two-piece set is by Frank Beardmore Sutherland Art Ware, a Staffordshire pottery company in production from 1903 - '14. The words on the bowl and pitcher come from the English nursery rhyme "Sing a Song of Sixpence." This passage reads: "The Queen was in the parlour, eating bread and honey." Marked on base. Dimensions: pitcher, 2.5"Dia x 4.5"H; bowl, 3"H x 5"Dia.
As described by DAVIS & TAFT

Why We Love This

This charming two-piece set is by Frank Beardmore Sutherland Art Ware, a Staffordshire pottery company in production from 1903 - '14. The words on the bowl and pitcher come from the English nursery rhyme "Sing a Song of Sixpence." This passage reads: "The Queen was in the parlour, eating bread and honey." Marked on base. Dimensions: pitcher, 2.5"Dia x 4.5"H; bowl, 3"H x 5"Dia.

About DAVIS & TAFT

DAVIS & TAFT fuses midcentury and antique furniture and decorative arts, selecting pieces for their craftsmanship and creativity. The one-of-a-kind objects lend resonance and soul to a home. The owner has spent years developing a reputation for offering beautiful furnishings alongside pieces which amuse and inspire.