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Victorian Stoneware Pots | 1890's | Antique Pottery | Hand Crafted | Edwardian Jars

£6.00–£9.00

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Arrives by 12-15 Aug. if you order today.
12-15 Aug.

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  • Vintage from the 19th century
  • Dispatches from a small business in

    United Kingdom

  • Materials: Stoneware

These are extremely old hand made stoneware jars, made in England between 1890-1910.

These Jars were dug from a Victorian landfill in Yorkshire and have survived intact. They have beautiful imperfections and designs and would have originally held preserves and jams.

There are 5 sizes available and they are being sold separately. Please choose an amount and shipping will calculate automatically for you but do message me if you have any problems or would like a revised quote.

I'll carefully choose a jar for you which will be similar to those pictured, there are slight variations but the pictures represent these well.

In this listing you can choose from the following Variations:

Extra Small - Measures 6.5cm tall and the opening at the top is 5cm.

Small - Measures 7.5cm tall and the opening at the top is 5.5cm.

Medium - Measures 10cm tall and the opening at the top is 8cm.

Large - Measures 14cm tall the and opening at the top is 9.5cm.

Extra Large - Measures 16.5cm tall and the opening at the top is 9cm.

They would be fantastic for tea lights, a pen pot, vase or storage of any kind really.

Please see my other listings for similar stoneware jars and pots in different styles.

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The estimated delivery date is based on your purchase date, the recipient's location, the seller's processing time and location, and the delivery company. Other factors — like placing an order on a weekend or a bank holiday — may end up pushing the arrival of your item beyond the estimated delivery date. It's our hope that your item gets where it's going as soon as possible, but given the factors involved, this is only an estimate.

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12-15 Aug.

09 Aug.

After you place your order, GoodsInGeneralStore will take 1 business day to prepare it for dispatch.

10 Aug.

GoodsInGeneralStore puts your order in the post.

12-15 Aug.

Estimated to arrive at your doorstep 12-15 Aug.!

Cost to deliver

£3.15

Etsy offsets carbon emissions from delivery and packaging on this purchase.
Etsy offsets carbon emissions from delivery and packaging on this purchase.
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296 shop reviews

5 out of 5 stars
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5 out of 5 stars

Shipped and arrived quickly. Great packaging. Love to have a bit of history in a practical useful stylish way. Thank you.

Barbarella Mendoza 03 May, 2022

5 out of 5 stars

Quick delivery. Very well packaged. Item exactly as I expected. Great seller.

Barbarella Mendoza 03 May, 2022

5 out of 5 stars

Arrived very well packed and is exactly what I expected. It works well as a utensil holder looking simple but elegant.

Liz Mauritz 15 Jul, 2022