This interesting set was recently purchased at an estate auction in England. The large jug and bowl were most likely used for washing. Based on the stamp on the underneath of the bowl we estimate their age to be from around the year 1900. The stamp reads Doulton Burslem and appears to be the stamp used around the end of the 19th, beginning of the 20th century. We are not experts in this type of item and have included a picture of the stamp so you can make a determination for yourself. Regardless both pieces of china are quite beautiful and would make wonderful decorative accents in the home.
The jug measures 10.5″ on the long side including the handle x 9″ and is 10.25″ tall. It does have a hairline crack which we have included an image of.
The bowl measures 15″ in diameter and is 6″ tall. There is a small hairline crack inside which does not go all the way through. The foot of the bowl was broken and repaired as you will see in the pictures.
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