Apple Baker w Manufaktura Boleslawiec Polish Pottery, Cobalt Blue with Flower Design

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Apple Baker w Manufaktura Boleslawiec Polish Pottery, Cobalt Blue with Flower Design

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$36.00

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Item details

Vintage from before 2000

Materials

Pottery, Stoneware

Boleslawiec Vintage Hand Made Polish Pottery Stoneware Apple Baker, Cobalt Blue with Flower design.

I cannot find another piece with this exact same pattern. So cute, I love this apple.

Marked as "MANUFAKTURA w Boleslawcu" with a water jug in a circle, numbered 103.

Here is some information about Polish pottery:

Most Polish pottery has a white background and either dark blue stamping as the pattern or a dark blue rim.
Dark blue is the most popular color. Other colors include green, yellow, brown and sometimes red or purple motifs.
Ceramics has been a part of the city of Bolesławiec, Poland for an extremely long time - as early as the 14th century.
It is often referred to as Boleslawiec pottery. This means that it is stamped with a special seal, indicating its authenticity.
The pottery can be put in the microwave, oven and dishwasher.
One of the most popular shapes is the eye of the peacock feather. Other common motifs are dots, speckles, floral patterns and triangles.

CONDITION:

In excellent condition, no chips, cracks, scuffs or stains.

MEASUREMENTS:

4 1/2" high and 4 3/4" in diameter
Boleslawiec Vintage Hand Made Polish Pottery Stoneware Apple Baker, Cobalt Blue with Flower design.

I cannot find another piece with this exact same pattern. So cute, I love this apple.

Marked as "MANUFAKTURA w Boleslawcu" with a water jug in a circle, numbered 103.

Here is some information about Polish pottery:

Most Polish pottery has a white background and either dark blue stamping as the pattern or a dark blue rim.
Dark blue is the most popular color. Other colors include green, yellow, brown and sometimes red or purple motifs.
Ceramics has been a part of the city of Bolesławiec, Poland for an extremely long time - as early as the 14th century.
It is often referred to as Boleslawiec pottery. This means that it is stamped with a special seal, indicating its authenticity.
The pottery can be put in the microwave, oven and dishwasher.
One of the most popular shapes is the eye of the peacock feather. Other common motifs are dots, speckles, floral patterns and triangles.

CONDITION:

In excellent condition, no chips, cracks, scuffs or stains.

MEASUREMENTS:

4 1/2" high and 4 3/4" in diameter

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