Wednesday, March 17, 2010


Arthur WoodQ: I have a Jack and the Beanstalk pitcher. It's 8 1/2 inches high with a figural giant handle. The maker's stamp on the bottom is "Arthur Wood" on a banner over a globe. How old is it and is it a collectible?

A: Arthur Wood established a pottery at the Bradwell Works in Longport, Stoke-on-Trent, England, in 1904. The pottery made earthenware and was known for its teapots. In 1928 it became Arthur Wood & Son. The mark you describe was used beginning c.1934. The company is now part of the Rayware Group. Value of your pitcher, about $200.

1 comment:

darlinglass said...

I have a blue deflt scalloped edged bowl,its marking say "delfts blauw RAM"
Does anyone have any information on the RAM manufacturer and a possible value,its in perfect condition

many thanks