1930s Beswick Ware China Cottage Butter, Cheese Dish Model 250

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1930s Beswick Ware China Cottage Butter, Cheese Dish Model 250

1930s Beswick Ware China Cottage Butter, Cheese Dish Model 250.  The lid is a beautiful design with a typical English Country Cottage feel, incorporating a thatched roof, chimney with air hole, and leaded light windows. The plate is cream with an embossed green border representing grass.
Model numbers were assigned for Beswick designs in 1933 but the model designs were only dated from 1936, commencing with model number 378. This means that Model 250 was made between 1933 and 1936.
The overall Height (base to chimney top) of the Cheese/ Butter dish is approximately 17cm (6.7″) and the maximum width 17cm (6.7″), and length 20cm (8″).

Lid

  • The cottage lid is in good cosmetic condition for it’s age with no chips, cracks or restoration.  There is some very slight crazing to the glaze .
  • Measures approximately: 14cm/ 5.5″ (Length) x 12cm/ 4.7″ (Width) x 15cm/ 6″ (Height)
  • Stamped inside with Beswick ware. Made in England.
1930s Beswick Ware China Cottage Butter, Cheese Dish Model 250
Stamp inside lid of 1930s Beswick Ware China Cottage Butter, Cheese Dish Model 250

Plate

  • The bottom plate is crazed and has manufacturing defects, including air bubbles. Some of the green paint has been scuffed off the surface at the edges.
  • Measures approximately: 17cm/ 6.7″ (Width) x 20cm/ 8″ (length) x 2cm/ 0.8″ (Height)
  • Stamped on the back with Beswick Ware Made in England, and impressed with BESWICK, MADE IN ENGLAND, 250.

 

This large butter dish makes a wonderful display item and would look great on a sideboard, on a Welsh dresser or the Afternoon Tea Table!

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Some Information About Beswick

Beswick was established by John Wright Beswick in 1894 at the Gold Street Works in Longton, Stoke-on Trent, UK.

They are famous for their animal figurines and well known characters from, for example, Beatrix Potter (1948) and some of the best loved Disney characters in 1952: Snow White, Mickey Mouse and Bambi.

Beswick was sold to Royal Doulton in 1969, and production was continued until 2002 when manufacturing ceased and the Gold Street works was demolished in 2003. In 2004, the Beswick name and product design rights were purchased and is now part of the Dartington Crystal group of brands.

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Weight 1.8 kg

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