Antique British Porcelain Pottery George Jones Majolica Wash Basin and Pitcher
Very rare antique British porcelain pottery wash basin and pitcher set. Made by George Jones in Stoke on Trent this stone china set is beautifully decorated with transfer images of birds, lizards and foliage. The handle is in the guise of a salamander wrapped around the pitcher. Both parts are marked with the English diamond registration mark used between 1842 and 1883. This pitcher was patented by the noted maker George Jones on April 21st, 1874 and the bowl was patented on February 11th 1870.
Marked on base of wash basin: IV, 21, 8, H, U Rd in diamond, GJ interlinked, Stone China, Stoke on Trent, D
Marked on base of pitcher: IV, 19, 6, 9, 1 in diamond 3824 in green ink
A great addition to your vintage majolica collection or as a decorative piece for your cottage chic decor.
Basin measures: 17" diameter by 5.5" tall
Pitcher measures: 9.5" deep by 8" wide by 11.5" tall
Together they weigh: 11b 15oz
In good condition considering age and use with some hardline joins evident and crazing throughout - please see all pictures as they form part of the description.
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