This is another pretty piece of Victorian Scottish pottery - made by Robert Heron & Sons / Methven Pottery / Links Pottery, Kirkcaldy.
It is the same attractive pattern as other pieces of Methven pottery that I had on offer in my store.
Here - we have a large serving bowl. This measures 1 3/4 inches in height and with a diameter of 9 1/4 inches.
The little bowls are each 1 1/4 inches in height with a diameter of 5 1/2 inches.
They make an attractive set as you can see in my photographs - and amazing that they have survived nearly 100 years and still look so good.
They have no chips or cracks - and the glaze is generally in good condition with no pronounced crazing. One of the small bowls in the set of four has a little staining to the glaze on the inside - quite minor in nature and confined more or less to the central area. I have taken a close-up of this for your inspection - please look at the images in supersize on my listing.
Great bowls for little snacks in your garden at Easter.
Have this lot priced up at a very fair price for antique hand-decorated Scottish art pottery. The large bowl is £75. And the wee bowls are £30 each (and only £20 for the one with the stain) - so a grand total of £185,
Robert Methven Heron was the owner of the Fife Pottery in Kirkcaldy. He introduced a new pottery range called Wemyss Ware in 1882.
The price to post in the UK will be £10 - this is with Parcelforce48 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 only £10 in the UK.