Cumnock Pottery – Frog Mug – stock #42116
A very unusual Cumnock Pottery tankard with a model of a frog trying to get out!. A finely thrown mug decorated with cream coloured slip over a speckled rich chocolate brown pottery. A psuedo yokel motto is incised through the cream which reads as “Help Yersel An’Spare Yer Freens” !!. Suggested date of this example would be c1910.
Cumnock Pottery from Cumnock, Ayshire is a distinctive local pottery whose best known pots are the mottos wares incribed with events, names and quaint quotatiosn. It was established in c1792 and operated until around 1920.
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