Johnson Brothers Ironstone Sugar Bowl - Heritage Pattern - Made in England
I always felt like having a garden was like having a good and loyal friend. C.Z. Guest
Began in England in 1883 as a venture between four brothers, Johnson Brothers pottery grew quickly into success with the manufacture of whiteware and semi-porcelain. With a big fan base located in the U.S the brothers also set up shop in New York City where a number of their pattern lines reigned supreme throughout the 20th century. In the 1960's they became part of the Wedgwood China Group and shortly after they started producing the Heritage line from which our humble sugar bowl was born. Durable, attractive and dynamic in form and function the Heritage line became one of the bestselling patterns in the Johnson Brothers catalog and was reproduced up until the early 2000's.
- Classic, clean design
- Bright white color
- Marked on bottom with vintage Made in England stamp
- Versatile storage container
In gorgeous condition, with no chips, cracks or crazing marks. Bright white interior. The lid is missing from this piece.
Measures 3.5" inches (tall) x 5.25" inches (length) x 4.25" inches (width)
Because this little charmer is missing its lid, it now has the opportunity to transform your kitchen garden containers from traditional terracotta to elegant eclectic. Find other mismatched sugar bowls in the shop to form a collection of stunning plant holders inspired by your own whimsical originality.