Location and period of operation:
E. Roddy (& Co)
|Earthenware and tile manufacturer in Newcastle Street, Burslem,
Roddy Ware commemoration mug for Queen Elizabeth II's Coronation on 2 June 1953
Roddy Ware Toby jugs - about 15cm / 6in tall
It appears that the company only produced this one style of Toby jug
they were made in a single colour glaze, usually in a matt finish but occasionally gloss.
Roddy Ware cream/milk jugs
large terrier - hight 25.5cm / 10in
hand painted wall charger - 32cm / 12in diameter
marked: E Roddy, Brampton Ware
lidded storage jar
marked: E Roddy & Son Ltd, Brampton Ware
E. Roddy mostly produced ordinary jugs, vases & toby jugs, but they also made a limited amount of art pottery, with experimental glaze effects.
This small vase has a mottled finish base with a copper luster upper.
Roddy Ware produced in matt and luster finishes - the thimble indicates the size
multi-coloured, mottled glaze, bulbous vase
hight 9cm / 3.5in
Marks used on ware for identification:
Made in England
Marks used on high glaze art ware
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