Prattware Pottery

F.& R. Pratt - masters of multi coloured transfer printing on pottery from 1847

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Pratt4ever
Paul I would love to see a photo of the jug you have mentioned, I have in my collection a paper copy of the patent that was taken out by the Pratt factory on the 06 September 1866 and the patent only displays the actual shape of the jug with the cartouche shown and with no decoration displayed, no doubt this was done so the Pratt's could place different decorations upon these shaped jugs.
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Paul Rosenberg, Moorabool Antiques
Hi - Paul from Geelong - I have aother of these at the moment, a different print - another depiction of a Victorian marble, could be the same sculptor, similar subject. Very happy to provide pics... best wishes, Paul Rosenberg
   

 

Jug

Object Type
Jug
Base Colour
Terracotta
Period
1866
Markings
Diamond Device
Design Names
The Return of the Prodigal Son
Dimensions
Height 18 cm
Maker
F & R Pratt
Reference
Victorian Pottery & Porcelain Bernard Hughes Chap 2
Thanks to Jim Pratt for updated information
Price Guide
2
Object ID
TER.rel.013

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This record last updated on 1 February 2015

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