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Set, Toilet


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Nom de l'objet : Set, Toilet
Type de l'objet : Set, Toilet
Catégorie de l'objet : Personal Artefacts
Sous-catégorie de l'objet : Toilet Article
Matériaux : Ceramic, semi "porcelain
Numéro de catalogue : AM2009.025.027.01-08
Numéro d'accession : AM2009.025.027.01-08
Fabricant : Myott, Son & Company
Date de début de production : 1881
Description : Chamber set consists of eight pieces: Jug - Large, with a floral rose pattern in colours of pink, green, purple all around the middle of the jug, the top scalloped and edged in golden trim, the handle is also trimmed in gold and has a peaked design. The body of the jug is light blue and white also with floral rose designs. The jug is cracked along the bottom on one side and the crack run straight up and across the top side in one section, the crack runs through the bottom part of the handle, it has all been glued back together. Height = 32 Diameter = 14.5 Bowl - The outside of the bowl is all white porcelain the rim of the bowl is scalloped edged in gold trim, there is a floral rose pattern all around the bowl it is set in a light blue colour, there is four different sized patterns around the inside of the bowl, in colours of Green, Pink, Yellow, and Purple. The stamp of the bottom reads has a crown logo in the middle reads "Imperial Semi- Porcelain Myott, Son and Co. England" H = 14 Diameter of base = 18 Diameter of Rim = 38.5 Small Jug - With a floral rose pattern in colours of pink, green, purple around the middle of the jug is scalloped and edged in gold trim. The handle is edged in gold design with a peaked design. The background of the bottom is light blue with floral designs and top is white. The bottom is stamped "Imperial semi-porcelain Myott, Son and Co, England" also a crown in the middle of stamp. The jug is cracked along the top and glued back together. H: 17 W: 16.5 Vase - Floral rose pattern on both sides, gold scalloped edge around rim, Light blue body. May possibly be a toothbrush holder. H = 13 Diameter of Body = 11 Cup - White inside, the rim is etched in gold, the Handle is trimmed in gold. The cup is a pale blue with pink, green, yellow and purple, floral pattern on the front and back. The rim of the cup near the handle has two chips out of it. H = 8.5 Width, including handle = 12 Diameter = 9.5 Saucer - Underneath of the saucer is all white and the rim has gold trim followed by a blue colour and then a yellow colour, and the inside of the saucer is all white Diameter = 13.9 Soap Dish Drainer - All white with gold around the rim Has one large hole and four small holes for drainage on the bottom. Diameter = 5.7 Chamber Pot - Inside of pot is white. Outside is pale blue with pink, green, yellow, and purple two floral designs. Handle is in a peaked design with gold highlights which is mostly worn off. The stamp on the bottom has a crown logo in the middle reads "Imperial semi-porcelain, Myott, Son and Co England" Diameter = 22
Commentaires : This chamber set was given to George and Jennie Gard by her family, the Muttarts, as a wedding present on October 3rd,1881. It was manufactured by Myott, Son & Company Limited, England. Myott, Son & Co. Ltd. operated originally from the Alexander Pottery in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, in the North of England. It was a family run business producing earthenware from 1898. Run by two brothers, Ashley and Sydney Myott (Ashley Myott is pictured above), the company soon had to expand to meet growing demand. They moved to the Brownfield's Works in Cobridge, just North of Stoke-on-Trent, England and then extended the operation to the adjacent Upper Hanley Pottery in 1925. With the growing success of competitor output, the company began to produce hand painted Art Deco wares, popularized by their varied ranges of vases and jugs. Many of these pieces survive today suggesting that output was extensive. Geometric shapes such as the fan and pyramid vase are highly sought after with brown and orange the predominant colors used in decoration. There were also a number of collaborations in the 1930,s, most notably with Goldscheider (an Austrian figure and wall mask producer) and B.A.G Co. Ltd (British American Glass). These Deco pieces display the famous gold Myott crown mark on the base. There was a fire at the factory in 1949 in which many of the office files were destroyed including vital pattern information. The company relocated again, after 1949, to the larger Crane Street Pottery in Hanley, and in 1969 were taken over by an American corporation. 1976 saw the company merge with Alfred Meakin Limited. The name was then lost after the company was taken over by the Churchill Group. Reference: http://www.myottmart.co.uk/myotthistory
Unité de mesure linéaire : cm
Étiquette ou poinçon : The bottom of the jug is stamped and reads "Imperial semi-porcelain Myott ,Son and Co England" with a crown logo in the middle of the stamp. On the side of the bottom is the number 3688. Bowl- The stamp of the bottom reads has a crown logo in the middle reads "Imperial Semi- Porcelain Myott, Son and Co. England" Small Jug- The bottom is stamped: "Imperial semi-porcelain Myott, Son and Co, England" also a crown in the middle of stamp.
Établissement : Alberton Museum
Ville de l'établissement : Alberton
Province de l'établissement : Prince Edward Island
Site web de l'établissement : http://www.townofalberton.ca/history/museum.htm  

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