One of the prettiest forms in ironstone is the round toddy bowl. This one does not disappoint with the full-length panels extending from the top finial and flowing out the edge of the pedestal base. A pediment-syle finial with similar panels completes the lines. Each panel is slightly concave.
Produced by Jacob Furnival in the mid-1800's. It exhibits the true white coloration and nice heavy weight of early ironstone. Furnival was considered by some to be the Neiman Marcus of the ironstone manufacturers. His patterns are exquisite and well-appointed. They are never overly decorative but yet have a presence which makes them almost sing.
Measuring 10.5" in diameter and 9.5" high to the top of the finial, this toddy has a commanding presence without demanding attention. Perfect to adorn a buffet or center of a cupboard while not in use but most certainly should be used for those holiday punches or cool evening toddies.
There is a slot for a ladle, if one desires. We have several ladles in inventory and will gladly assist in pairing one with the tureen. Ladle is sold separately.
Marked "J.F." on the bottom.
No condition issues. No chips, cracks, or repairs.Dimensions:
9.5" high x 10.5" diameterCondition:
Excellent condition with no chips, cracks, or repairs.Circa:
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