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Three graduated jugs by Susie Cooper Productions c 1940

Three graduated jugs by Susie Cooper Productions c 1940

SKU: 9590458

Auld Curiosities is pleased to offer three jugs, in graduated sizes, from the early 1940’s and designed by Susie Cooper The pattern “Patricia” and later in the production run (1938 – 1964) became known as “Patricia Rose”. The jugs (presumably designed for milk) and as can be seen in the photographs are finished in a light salmon pink band around the rim and down the spine of the handle. They stand 5” (127mm), 4 5/8” (118mm) and 4” (102mm) tall. The backstamps have some variation but all clearly list the legend “A Susie Cooper Production. Crown Works, Burslem. England.” There is a box beneath that which has pattern numbers written (illegibly) in two cases. The largest jug has a raised mark of 24 and the smallest 42 – both in ridged lozenges. Condition is excellent – no chips, cracks or repairs seen, however there is light to moderate crazing with a little discolouration seen on the base of the largest jug.  


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