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Brief description

A glazed earthenware coffee pot with lid of the range Carlton Ware, manufactured by Carlton Ware in the 1960s.


Carlton Ware

Object name (per part)

coffee pot
coffee pot

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Production organisation

Wiltshaw and Robinson Ltd (manufacturer)

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Production place




Physical description

A glazed earthenware coffee pot with lid. Cylindrical in shape, the pot has straight sides at upper and lower section and middle narrowing concave section with moulded relief decoration as if wound around unevenly with string. Orange glaze throughout exterior, merging to yellow in middle. White glaze on interior and base. Open loop handle in squared form with top narrower, short, high open spout which joins the circular mouth. Marked on base. The lid is cylindrical in form with flat sides and slightly rounded top, which has all over moulded relief criss- cross motif. Lower section is slightly narrower cylinder shape, with single curved protrusion to hook under coffee pot rim. Hollow interior. Upper section orange glaze merging into yellow in centre. Lower section and interior white glaze.


Exhibition text, source and date unknown

The style of everyday tableware is always changing. Unlike fine china which is often purchased as a wedding present and lasts a lifetime, everyday tableware is replaced more frequently. New shapes, colours and patterns are introduced by designers and manufacturers to attract us to their products.

When surveyed across the 20th century, tableware provides a remarkably clear picture of the main developments in style and taste. The designs echo the changing styles in domestic interiors, and reflect the ways in which social and domestic conventions evolve.
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