Antique Staffordshire Canary Yellow Pottery Earthenware Painted Bowl c1820 (Code 1587)
An early 19th century Staffordshire region 'canary' yellow pottery bowl. These bright yellow pottery pieces are associated with production in the Staffordshire potteries around 1810-30, although relatively little authoritative detail is readily available. A number of styles are found, often painted as with this example and there are definite similarities between some items suggesting they come from the same factory. The pottery body is quite fine and thin walled and has more the feel of porcelain rather than earthenware. The bowl is of traditional shape with a foot and the painting is bold with large strokes. There are of course no makers marks, none seem to exist for these pieces.
Age related wear and losses/fading of the paint and glaze through wear. Some glaze chips around the rim. Chips to foot and a small contained start shaped hairline crack to the body. Small pieces of kiln frit and glaze pops to the body from production.
Height: 7.5 cm ( 3 inch )
Width: 15.5 cm ( 6 inch )
Weight: 244 grams (before packing)
Stock Code: 1587 JN19-3
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