Tuesday, November 04, 2008

ribbed - for your viewing pleasure

This jug would originally have been part of a toilet set - comprising at least of a jug, wash bowl, soap dish, toothbrush holder. It's pattern name is Cyprus and is part of the Oriental Ivory range. I think the colours sit beautifully in a contemporary interior design scheme. Wash jugs like this are wonderful for displaying large, rustic flower bouquets because they have such wide neck openings.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

I have the abbey bowl in blue and white and was wondering what is something like this worth?

bisto boy said...

well, that would depend entirely on the size,purpose,condition of the bowl in question. Being Blue & White makes it more saleable simpy because of the sheer number of B&W collectors out there. But it's not an unusual pattern so it would need something special about it to command a high price tag.

Anonymous said...

[CambridgeONFC] OFFER...antique dishes from England...please read....Hespeler‏
From: cambridgeonfreecycle@yahoogroups.ca on behalf of Carolyn (croth@hotmail.com)
Sent: March 22, 2010 10:54:58 PM
To: Cambridge (CambridgeONFreecycle@yahoogroups.ca); Guelph (FreecycleGuelph@yahoogroups.ca); Kitchener (FullCirclesKitchenerWaterloo@yahoogroups.com)


I have a large collection of dishes. On the back they say Bishop & Stonier, England, imperial semi porcelain. There is a lot of these and it's not just dinner plates. There may be the occasional one with a small chip or crack due to the age. You will need to bring a few good boxes or totes as I don't have any empty boxes right now.

Please let me know when you could pickup in your reply. There are pets and smokers in the house. Pickup is in Hespeler. Those without a pickup time won't get a reply and manners count.

Thank you,
Carolyn
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the afore mentioned are beeing offered- free- today in ontario-
canada-contact her for info and make an offer- she might be willing to ship....

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