Large Pierced Creamware Bowl and Stand Made England Circa 1820


This is an outstanding early 19th-century pierced creamware bowl and stand made at St Anthony’s Pottery in Northumberland, England, circa 1820. The bowl’s sidewall and the stand’s border have lovely matching piercings in the form of dots and diamonds. The overall effect is exquisite!

The bowl and stand are marked “SEWELL.” The “SEWELL” mark was in use from 1804-1828.

Dimensions: Height 6″ x diameter of both the bowl and the stand 9.25″

Condition: Excellent

In stock

Background of St Anthony’s Pottery

St Anthony’s Pottery began in 1780. From the start, the factory made creamware and other earthenware. From 1819 St Anthony’s Pottery was known as Sewell and eventually Sewell and Donkin.

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