Adorable and collectible black Brentleigh Ware pitcher made in England by Howard Pottery. I believe this is the Windsor pattern that featured raised pink and yellow roses painted in black cold paint, which was applied after the pottery had been fired. This method tends to cause some expected flaking over time and makes items created this way to be great Shabby Chic decor pieces.
The bottom is marked Brentleigh Ware Kempton, Made in England and has the number 24 - see photo #4. Black matte finish with pale yellow, salmon pink and maroon roses surrounded with dark green leaves. Gold striping around the base.
No chips or cracks in the pitcher but has some paint loss typical of this type of Brentleigh Ware pottery.
I believe this pitcher is circa 1920s or 1930s. Brentleigh Ware, England was a label for the Howard Pottery factory producing pottery items from the 1920s to the 1970s.
Measures 6" high and is approx. 6 1/4" wide at widest point including handle. Base has a 3 1/2" diameter and the top opening has a 3" diameter.
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