Body Style

Banded Round

Naming Source:

Club Named

Potter

J. H. Davis
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Eastwood, Hanley

J. H. & J. Davis
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Eastwood, Hanley

Livesley and Davis
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Eastwood, Hanley

Livesley and Powell
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Hanley, Staffordshire

Manufacturing Era(s):

1870s

Treatment:

Copper Lustre

Footprints/Shapes:

Oval, Round

Type(s) of Ware:

Bath, Dinnerware

Motif(s):

Lustre Band
Teaberry

Description:

The Davis' utilized Clementson's popular Teaberry as the motif on their wares. The name of this very plain round shape, typical of the 1870's, is derived from the bands of the C-shaped handle of the teapot and repeated on the upturned handles of the sugar bowl.

A vanity box with the same banding was marked Livesley and Davis , evidently a transition piece made at the time the pottery was changing ownership.