LARGE Vintage 1950s Scottish Pottery BUCHAN Stoneware Lidded Jug: HEBRIDES Pattern
LARGE Vintage 1950s Scottish Pottery BUCHAN Stoneware Lidded Jug: HEBRIDES Pattern
LARGE Vintage 1950s Scottish Pottery BUCHAN Stoneware Lidded Jug: HEBRIDES Pattern
LARGE Vintage 1950s Scottish Pottery BUCHAN Stoneware Lidded Jug: HEBRIDES Pattern
LARGE Vintage 1950s Scottish Pottery BUCHAN Stoneware Lidded Jug: HEBRIDES Pattern
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LARGE Vintage 1950s Scottish Pottery BUCHAN Stoneware Lidded Jug: HEBRIDES Pattern

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Iconic Edinburgh
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This is a lovely large stoneware coffee pot (or lidded jug), made by Buchan Pottery, who were based at Portobello, near Edinburgh (now closed).

It is certainly a most substantial piece of Scottish Pottery - standing at 9 inches in height.

It would hold about 2 1/2 pints of coffee or liquid ... so you will certainly hit that caffeine high with this pot!

I also have on in my Iconic Edinburgh online store five harder to source matching teacups and saucers in this pattern.

This lovely pattern called Hebrides - this features a stylised abstract pattern of yellow and blue zigzag lines and stripes.

A traditionally popular pattern in the Buchan Stoneware range with a good mid-century modern feel to the design.

A most lovely coffee pot in good vintage condition.

Postal discounts would apply for multiple items - of course!

Probably just for posting in the UK only.