An antique lidded sugar bowl, manufactured by Ridgeway Pottery, Staffordshire, England and dates to between 1890 to 1910. (It may have also been used to service hot food as the lid has a purposely made hole in it). A good sturdy sugar bowl which sits on four legs. A crisp white background decorated with leafy green floral motifs. The finial on the lid is in a flower shape which adds to the overall organic feel and look to the sugar bowl. Perfect for using to serve chocolates, bon bons or cookies at a tea table and would look quite impressive as a table or side cabinet centre piece.
Height 1 7.5cm
Condition: In very good antique condition. This piece is over 100 years old and shows very little sign of use. (Click on About Our China for more details on condition).
Back stamps show makers serial pattern number 2/294. These markings are typical of Ridgeway antique pieces