Pattern No: 1816

Pattern Name Design Type Designer Likely Design Date
Not known Early designs Not known 1920


Gray’s Pottery produced cruets for much of the life of the company. In the period 1917-22 these comprised a set of three pots held in a metal stand. The mounts (the metalwork on top of the pepper and mustard pots), the stand and the spoons (expect two: one for the mustard pot and one for the salt bowl) are usually EPNS (electro-plated nickel silver).
While the basic ceramic items appear to have been identical throughout, the metal ware varies as can be seen from the examples in the group image of five sets.

The cruet shown in the first image may or may not be a complete set by Gray’s Pottery: only the salt bowl is marked and the mustard and pepper pots are not known shapes used by Gray’s Pottery.

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Patterns: clockwise, from 1516 (roses, at left), 1925, 1661, 1748, 1615
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