Royal Worcester, Wild Harvest, Cup or Jar?

Discussion in 'Pottery, Glass, and Porcelain' started by John R, Dec 2, 2023.

  1. John R

    John R Member

    I have been searching eBay and Google to try to find a match for these. I am pretty sure the pattern is called 'Wild Harvest'. With that said, and after googling the terms, I cannot find a match. I'm Guessing* these could be teacups or maybe jars that lost their lids or ??? Does anyone know exactly what these might be?

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  2. bluumz

    bluumz Quite Busy

    Can we see the inside and the bottom, please?
     
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  3. Houseful

    Houseful Well-Known Member

    Could be like the middle one here, posted as an open pot.
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  4. John R

    John R Member

    Yes, of course. (I forgot)
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  5. kentworld

    kentworld Well-Known Member

    This particular mark is seen on Royal Worcester's sort of houseware production rather than their "good" china for want of a better term. Most often seen on egg coddlers (RW produced a lot of them) and popular designs like Evesham.
     
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  6. John R

    John R Member

    Thank you Kentworld. Would anyone venture a guess how I might describe this(?):
    • jar
    • jar with missing lid
    • egg codler
    • egg coldler with missing lid
    • tea cup
     
  7. kentworld

    kentworld Well-Known Member

    I think jar with missing lid because IIRC these little jars had wooden lids. Could be misremembering though. Not a tea cup because no handle, and not an egg coddler because they have threaded lids
     
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  8. bluumz

    bluumz Quite Busy

    What is the diameter of the opening? At only 6cm tall, I'm wondering if it's a utilitarian egg cup (not a coddler, that's a different thing). Egg cups would be more likely to be found in multiples and you have a pair. But, a jar missing it's lid does seem possible.

    HERE is a matching tall jug/tankard. They don't state the pattern name... but I agree with your original suggestion of "Wild Harvest".
     
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