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Mulberry & Green Footed Compote

Susie's Antiques & Stained Glass

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Mulberry & Green Footed Compote
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Mulberry & Green Footed Compote

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Product Information

Era:
Antique
Condition:
Very Good; utensil marks, brown edge wear, handle has underglaze crack
Country of Origin:
England
Materials:
stoneware
Size:
11.5" L x 9" W x 2.25" H
Color/Finish:
green/black/white
Care:
other; hand-wash

Why We Love This

A footed compote or tazza in flow mulberry and green stoneware in the Florentine pattern by Thomas Dimmock. In addition to the fabulous, smudgy-black mulberry transferware, the pattern is showcased by a green accent which continues with the mulberry design underneath the dish. The mark and pattern date this piece to 1844.
As described by Susie's Antiques & Stained Glass

About Susie's Antiques & Stained Glass

I have a passion for fine china, pottery and glassware and love enjoying a meal on an antique plate. Finding a new life for something is in my blood. I used to wander through my grandmother's house and see how she reused things from her past--nothing went to waste. For more than 20 years I have been seeking, finding, using and passing on the treasures I discover and have made sharing those treasures a full time adventure.