Pair of Creamware Baskets and Stands Made England Circa 1830


This pair of creamware baskets was made by St Anthony’s Pottery at Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, England’s northernmost county. The baskets and stands have beautiful fluting and lovely pierced openwork around their borders. The baskets have delicate branch form handles. The overall effect is exquisite! The baskets and stands are marked “Sewell and Donkin.”*

Dimensions: The baskets are 11″ long x 8.25″ wide x 3” tall

Condition: Excellent

In stock

St Anthony’s Pottery and Sewell and Donkin

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

We offer FREE shipping to the continental United States. For orders shipping outside the continental US, please email for a shipping quote.

Buyer Protection Guarantee: your purchase will arrive as described.

Questions? Contact us.