It’s wonderful what you come across when de-cluttering the garage! #MalingWare #NewcastleUponTyne #Pottery and items sold by #RingtonsTea and now #VintageChinaware.
This one we have is a pretty lustreware jug with gold coloured edging featuring an oriental type pink blossom sprig daintily traversing upper part and with a lovely ornate handle. Well done granny for collecting such a quaint piece! & I do love it 🧡
Malingware described thus; ‘The first Maling pottery was established at North Hylton, near Sunderland, in 1762 by William Maling. He had interests in coal, timber and shipping, and the development of a pottery business fitted well with these. Pots fired in kilns heated by the locally-dug coal could be exported in William’s ships, which would eventually return from Europe with timber.
A Maling lustre-glazed ginger jar and cover Printed and painted with purple and pink azalea flowers on a blue and green brushwork ground with gilt highlighting. 18.5cm high, printed marks and painted 3773. Sold at Bonhams, Chester for £240 Aug, 2007. ‘
I took the description written information from Ref: #www.worldcollectorsnet.com