This rare fish paste pot with the Blanchflower & Sons, Gt. Yarmouth, Norfolk name on the front is a lovely example of a Victorian stoneware paste pot. These are no longer easy to find with original lids so this one is a rare find and has the most amazing patina. It is beautifully crazed giving it so much character and charm. It is in fantastic condition for its age. The screw lid is fully working and the pot is still perfectly functional. Of course, we would use it as a display feature to mix and match with other transferware items.
1 in stock
9.5cm x 7cm