Vintage Small Sadler Pottery Bird Of Paradise Ginger Jar
This Vintage Small Sadler Pottery Bird Of Paradise Ginger Jar, would make a lovely display item. Comprises cream coloured china, beautifully decorated with vibrantly coloured hand painted flowers and a ‘Bird of Paradise’ or it could be a peacock!
The maker’s mark shows it to be by the well known pottery James Sadler, Wellington and Central Potteries, Burslem, Staffordshire, UK dating to about the 1940s/50s.
Maker’s Mark on The Base
Printed Back mark dates to post-1947
- Lid Diameter ~8.3cm
- Base diameter 6.2cm
- Height:- ~13cm
- Maximum Diameter: ~ 11cm
In good vintage condition with no cracks, chips or restoration. There is some crazing and a few manufacturing defects e.g. bubbles.
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A lovely little Ginger Jar for storing cotton wool balls/make-up pads e.t.c. or just for display!
Some Trivia For You!
In 1882, James Sadler established his pottery at Burslem, Staffordshire, UK, having been originally called Sadler & Co.
They are best known for their ‘Rockingham Brown’ or ‘Brown Betty’ Earthenware and novelty shaped teapots. The company survived in the Sadler’s family’s hands until 2000, when it went into receivership. Churchill China bought the brand, designs and patterns when the factory closed.