This is another pretty piece of Victorian Scottish pottery - made by Robert Heron & Sons / Methven Pottery / Links Pottery, Kirkcaldy.
It is one of a group of antique Scottish pottery vessels in this attractive pattern that I have for sale online.
This one is a very simple piece - and takes the form of a wee milk jug or creamer
Dimensions: The height to the top of the spout is 3 inches. From handle to spout it is just under 4 1/2 inches
This little beaker is in fine antique condition. It has no chips or cracks - it has a little discolouration to the body of the pottery, especially so on the spout. But generally nice on display - the discolouration has been taken into account with the low price on this. The pottery body darkening with some brown blotching seems to be quite common with these Heron pieces - and perhaps was historically caused by the type of clay used in the potting.
Robert Methven Heron was the owner of the Fife Pottery in Kirkcaldy. He introduced a new pottery range called Wemyss Ware in 1882.
It is certainly a very fresh hand-painted pattern.
The price to post in the UK will be £4.95 - this is with Royal Mail 2nd Class Recorded and applied to your order at checkout.
If you would like more than one of my Heron / Methven items - I can cap multiple purchases at £10 in the UK.