Rarer Shallow Sized English Ironstone Advertising Pot – J Sainsbury’s Bloater Paste
This is a listing for ONE of the rarer shallow examples of the antique white ironstone J Sainsbury’s bloater paste crocks, dating from the end of the 19th/early 20th Century. The pot on the left has been sold.
These white ironstone jars are great examples of antique English advertising pots. In the harder to find larger and shallower sizes, they look wonderful on display as part of a kitchenalia or white ironstone collection, and are versatile to use in all rooms around the home.
At the time they were produced, these pots were discarded. These have been dig from an old Victorian dump, and therefore feature aged crazing and light staining. However, they are both in good condition with clearly visible black transfer print logos, which is remarkable considering their volatile history as throwaway objects.
A total of two pots are available to choose from, depending on your desired size.
TALL POT: Sold
SHALLOW POT: This measures 6.5cm wide and 4cm tall. This pot has crazing all over plus some staining and differentiation of colour across it. The transfer is clear but there is a fault on one side where it appears to have been double stamped. However, this doesn’t detract. There are no chips or cracks but there are some nibbles to the base rim.
Please check my other listings as I have a range of different advertising pots available, and discounts and savings on shipping costs are available when purchased together.
UK delivery included; international delivery £20 maximum depending on location.