From the Art Deco era comes this unusual footed conserve jar to hold your favourite jam. Complete with its lid which is decorated with hand-painted blackberries and leaves.
Produced by the Price Brothers at Burslem - one of the Staffordshire potteries. They operated from these premises from 1903. They became Price and Kensington Potteries in 1961.
The body of the pot resembles a woven basket with two side handles and it stands on three feet. It is covered in a cream glaze. The cover has a knob resembling a bunch of leaf stems. There is a slot for a jam spoon.
Approximate dimensions : 4.5" / 11.5cm wide including tab handles
5.5" / 14cm high to top of knob
In first class vintage condition.
Backstamp in use from 1934.
A most quirky piece either for use or as an unusual display item.
All our items are pre-owned and vintage and may therefore show signs of use and age and will not be dishwasher proof.