Cottage Ware Tea Set

Most collectors of the cozy Cottage Ware sets would probably think of the name Kitsch here, but there is a lot of cottage ware still around from a variety of makers, which suggests that it must have very widely popular at the time. It’s those cozy cultural associations of the thatched cottage working their magic again. This set was made by Price Bros (Burslem) Ltd,  a firm that began in 1896 and continued after 1962 as Price and Kensington Potteries Ltd. The design, number 845007, was registered in 1945. This set is in excellent condition. There are no chips. As a plus…it’s never been used (except the creamer, which was used only a couple of times to pour milk into the kitty’s bowl).

Cottage Ware Tea Set

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Ending On: July 31, 2017 12:00 am

Most collectors of the cozy Cottage Ware sets would probably think of the name: Kitsch here, but there is a lot of cottage ware still around from a variety of makers, which suggests that it must have very widely popular at the time. It's those cozy cultural associations of the thatched cottage working their magic again. This set was made by Price Bros (Burslem) Ltd,  a firm that began in 1896 and continued after 1962 as Price and Kensington Potteries Ltd. The design, number 845007, was registered in 1945. This set is in excellent condition. There are no chips. As a plus…it’s never been used (except the creamer, which was used only a couple of times to pour milk into the kitty’s bowl).

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From: Broken Arrow, Oklahoma

To: USA

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