Silver Luster Pitcher Jug Lancaster Sandland 1930s Silver Leaves
This is a vintage silver luster jug or pitcher made by Sandland Ware, England in the 1930s with a silver acorn and oak leaf design. The jug or pitcher measures 2.75 inches high by 3.5 inches across by 2.75 inches in diameter. The ceramic pitcher has no chips or cracks. There is a darkened spot on one side, which means the pitcher was left on it's side with some oily liquid inside...it had probably been used as a cream pitcher. That will clean up. I love these little luster pitchers.
Sugar Basin Dickens Oliver Twist Asks More Dickensware
This is a vintage ceramic sugar basin or bowl made in Sandland Ware by Lancaster and Sandland, England between 1949-1952 in a Dickens Ware as well as the Cries Of London series. The sugar basin depicts Oliver Twist Asks For More with gold trim on both sides. The sugar basin or bowl is 2.5 inches high by 4 long. The sugar is in very good +++ condition with no chips, cracks and no gold wear. A cute set and a great moment in Dickens fiction.
This is a Dickens ware ashtray in purple luster made by Lancaster and Sons, England 1938-1944 featuring a design titled Sairey Gamp Entertains Betsy Prig. The ashtray measures .75 inches high by 4 inches square and is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks. There is a bit of crazing which is normal in these pieces. Neat!
Dickens Oliver Twist Butter Or Cheese Dish 2 Piece Dome
This is a butter cover or cheese dish with plate made by Lancaster and Sandland, Hanley England 1920-1930s. The dish features a color litho of a scene from Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens titled Oliver Asks For More. The butter dome or cheese dish measures 3.5 inches high by 6 inches long by 5 inches wide and is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or gold wear. A great piece or Dickens Ware.