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Flowerseller toby jug large pink - Sandyford Pottery circa 1955

Flowerseller toby jug in a large size wearing a pink dress and blue shawl, produced by Sandyford Pottery of Tunstall, England, circa 1955. A flower seller was someone who sold flowers on the streets of Victorian England to earn a living. It was quite common to see people selling various goods or services on the streets of large cities. Street sellers, or ‘costermongers’, could be found flogging literally anything you can think of, whether it be fish, soup, clothes, drinks, homemade items, or even flowers. An umbrella forms the handle of this jug.

Maker:

Sandyford Pottery

England

circa 1955

Model #:

toby jug

Size:

large

Height:

6"

Flowerseller toby jug large pink - Sandyford Pottery circa 1955
Flowerseller toby jug large pink - Sandyford Pottery circa 1955
Flowerseller toby jug large pink - Sandyford Pottery circa 1955
Flowerseller toby jug large pink - Sandyford Pottery circa 1955
Flowerseller toby jug large pink - Sandyford Pottery circa 1955
Flowerseller toby jug large pink - Sandyford Pottery circa 1955
Flowerseller toby jug large pink - Sandyford Pottery circa 1955
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