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Portmeirion Pomona large Pippin apple coffee pot

I have always thought that Portmeirion ware is very attractive. It is certainly very good quality. This large coffee pot is decorated with a spray pf Pippin apples & blossom on the front and back with the words "The Ingestrie Pippin" written beneath each spray. The lid is decorated with apple blossom. The underside of the base has a round peach coloured mark depicting Pomona the Goddess of Fruit and the words "Pomona Portmeirion Made in England". Use it display it enjoy it!

Approximate dimensions:
Weight: 2lbs 1.1ozs - 939gms
Height: 10.43ins - 26.5cms
Length incl. spout & handle: 10.24ins - 26cms
Width: 5.43ins - 13.8cms

Portmeirion Pottery Pomona
Portmeirion Pottery was founded in 1960 by pottery designer Susan Williams-Ellis in Stoke-on-Trent - the Pottery Capital of England.
In 1972, Portmeirion introduced Botanical Garden which is possibly its most well known line, which is still manufactured today. Virtually all of Portmeirion’s products are manufactured at their pottery plant in Stoke. In 2009, Portmeiron acquired Royal Worcester and Spode, and brought most of Spode’s manufacturing back from the Far East back to its own factory.
Portmeirion Pomona dinnerware is a range of patterns featuring designs depicting fruits and nuts from the orchard which is apt as Pomona is the Roman goddess of fruit. POrtmeirion Pomon is no longer in production.

Excellent no nicks or chips
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