Craven Dunnill vase

Craven Dunnill vase

Craven Dunnill vase - 6⅞" (174 mm) high.

We are told that this is a copy made for sale in the Ironbridge Museum in the 1980s.

Craven Dunnill

Craven Dunnill and Co were founded at Jackfield, Ironbridge, Shropshire in 1871. They were mainly known for the manufacture of tiles - popular in Victorian times not only for floor and wall decoration but also for use in furniture.

They also produced art pottery, but not in great quantities and few examples remain.

The company traded until 1951.

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