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Buckley pottery oven dish"


My mother was a governess for the Drew family in Hawarden at the turn of the last century. Apparently, W. E. Gladstone would only eat rice pudding if it was cooked and served in a Buckley pottery bowl. They used to fancy the bowl up a bit when it was placed on his table though!


These bowls were made in a series of standard sizes - ed.

Author: Rolinson, Dorothy


Year = 1900

Object = Visual Art

Work = Light Industry

Extra = Visual Arts

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