Lovatt stoneware pot

Lovatt stoneware pot

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Lovatt stoneware pot (mark)
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Lovatt stoneware pot - 4½" (114 mm) wide, 2⅜" (60 mm) high.

Lovatt and Lovatt
 

Lovatt & Lovatt were established at Langley Mill, Nottinghamshire, in 1895, and came out of a company known as Calvert & Lovatt.

They changed their name in 1931 to Lovatt's Potteries, and were bought in 1959 by J Bourne & Son (Denby).

Well known for their slip decorated earthenware, they marketed pots under the names 'Langley Ware' and 'Lovique Ware'.


 
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Clay and Glazes for the Potter by Daniel Rhodes

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