It’s an addiction and an affliction, I tell you: no sooner do I clear out, sell or give away a load of stoneware and crockery, I buy a whole load more. All from a jumble sale in Chailey, 20p or 50p an item; a Poole Pottery teapot, a small blue Buchan dish, a little black milk-jug to go on the kitchen windowsill with all the other jugs with white insides, two no-mark vases with nice glazes and an utterly hideous cream thingy (vase? trophy?) which, for some reason, I took a bizarre fancy to. Planted with three blue hyacinths and placed in the fireplace?
Crockery and stoneware
21 Oct This entry was published on October 21, 2009 at 3:04 pm. It’s filed under crockery, homewares and tagged black milk jug, buchan pottery, buchan stoneware, Chailey, cream vase, crockery, glazed vases, jumble sale, poole pottery, pottery, stoneware, teapot, the usual shop, usual shop, vintage milk jug.