Etruria of Trenton USA, Aesthetic brown jardiniere
Posted by Susan S on February 28, 2019, 12:27 pm
I just realized that your mission is English transferware. I am trying to find out more about a n Aesthetic brown transfer jardiniere, Asian wheels or circles with florals, in an all-over "chintz," brown transfer with cobalt and gold painted on. I guess you call it polychrome or clobbering. |
It is stamped in script, Etruria or Etruscan, and painted 4449. People online are saying it's Ott & Brewer of Trenton, NJ, succeeded by Charles Howell Cook (Cook Pottery / Crescent Pottery). Various business dates are 1893, 1894, 1905, 1920, 1926. No country of origin is on this planter, so probably before 1898.