Art Deco Kensington Ware English ‘Beehive’ storage container

Original price was: £170.00.Current price is: £125.00.

A pristine large Art Deco ‘beehive’ patten container from the works of Kensington Ware England. This would have been used for the storage of biscuits, sugar, flour, tea, coffee beans etc. With original wicker handle complete.

Please note that any antique, vintage, preloved/used items by their nature will show some signs of age. Perfection cannot be expected. All items on this site are used and sold as is. Please note unless otherwise stated items do not include the original packaging or certificate.

The term ‘Vintage‘ refers to an item that is approximately 20 years old or older. Estimated age may be given based on the item’s appearance and the information we currently hold on the item’s history.

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Art Deco Kensington Ware England earthenware manufacturer at the Kensington Works, Hanley and then from 1937 at the Top Bridge Works, Longport, Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent, England.

Complete backstop-Kensington Ware KPB ENGLAND c. 1922-1937 (the “H” in the knot is the town name “Belgrave”)

In very good condition usual crazing with age, no cracks, repairs or chips.

Very late size-height 14cm x width 14cm. Wicker Cane handle in perfect condition.

These are vintage pre-loved items that will show wear as would be expected for the age of the piece. All honeypots are tested with honey for a period of one month to ensure they correctly holds honey for your peace of mind. Have a closer look at the photos please.