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Post  oakpot Sun 17 Apr - 10:39

Spartan Milk Maid. As all Salisbury ware logo, had finished by 1946.
This early Royal Oak Pottery figurine is a Spartan Pottery blank,
created by Norman Stevens at Henderson.
Its 17cm tall with a pearl finish.


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Post  Ev Sun 17 Apr - 11:14

Thank you so much, I will add it to the Gallery.
I've never seen this and it's the first shape to go into the Gallery from Spartan.
I haven't quite worked out which pieces should have the Salisbury Ware title and which should have the Royal Oak title. If there isn't a sticker I usually put both names and hopefully we can refine this as info comes to hand.
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