Thistle & Berry

Body Style: Classic Gothic


One of the earliest body styles to be decorated with copper lustre motifs, Classic Gothic is characterized by its octagonal shape. Pitchers and teapots have bracket handles, while sugar and vegetable dishes have spiraled ear handles.

Classic Gothic can be distinguidhed from its cousin, Full Panelled Gothic, by the eight panels which extend downward to a deep indentation just above the base.




Naming Source: Club Named
Manufacturing Era: 1840s, 1850s
Type of Company: Potter
Type of Ware: Bath, Dinnerware
Treatments: Copper Lustre
Footprints/Shapes: Octagon (8-Sided)