Pinder Bourne & co Cherry Blossom part teaset

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Post by tigerchips July 19th 2017, 4:41 pm

I thought i'd show you this part set belonging to my mum. Here's what i know about it so far...

Pinder, Bourne & Co teapot, milk, sugar, and tray, decorated in the style of the Aesthetic Movement. The pattern is probably named 'Japanese Sprays', and is decorated with Cherry Blossom's or Prunus Blossom's. The base mark shows Pinder, Bourne & Co impressed, with a raised Victorian registration diamond for 1878. Doulton took over the factory in 1877/8

I've only ever seen tall jugs and tankards in this pattern, sometimes with a black background, or all in cobalt blue. Just looking around I have a feeling it's pretty rare?

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Post by philpot July 20th 2017, 7:47 am

Doulton continued using the name until 1882, when it then became the Doulton name.
It is a rather nice shape isn't it? There is an elegance about it that has echoes of a bygone age....nice. Its rather quite tragic that modern fashion has consigned such designs into the historical wilderness. There is virtually no modern interest in such pieces, and indeed that whole vast area of Victorian ceramics is virtually a footnight in history. Pity.
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