These lovely items were produced by T.G. Green & Co. Ltd., which operated from the village of Church Gresley, South Derbyshire from 1864 to 2007.
They are most famous for the blue and white striped kitchen items which were first produced in the early 1930s and known as 'E-Blue.' However, the pottery produced many other patterns from Yellow wares, Victorian transfer prints, colourful hand-painted Art Nouveau and vibrant enamelled Art Deco.
Here we have two stoneware pots equally useful for serving butter or mustard.
Some clean age-related crazing. No chips or cracks.
Approximate dimensions :
2.5 inches | 63mm wide
1.25 inches | 35mm high
These useful items could perhaps serve as holders for squat candles or nightlights perhaps if used with care ?
Back stamp includes maker's mark and pattern name 'Sienna"
All our items are pre-owned and vintage and may therefore show signs of use and wear and will not be dishwasher proof.