Flint's Friendly Oils


http://www.bottledigging.org.uk/forum/Topic377582.aspx
Print Topic | Close Window

By bulbous neckus - 11/9/2016 7:00:52 PM
One of my favourite early stoneware bottles, small size 'Flint's Friendly Oils Buxton', with 'Burton's Codnor Park Superior Ware EX' pottery mark. Decimus Flint traded from his chemist shop in Market Pace Buxton Derbyshire. It dates to c.1821- c.1834, the EX mark was used from 1817-1834. My father's side of the family all came from the area, many happy memories of visiting my nan who lived in South Normanton.













By robbie - 11/9/2016 8:00:06 PM
It's a truly superb bottle - if I recall correctly I remember you buying it from a US seller on ebay over 10 years ago? I think an example is also featured in Derek Askey's stoneware book. The pottery mark really adds to these early containers. Brilliant photos as usual.
By bulbous neckus - 11/10/2016 12:34:35 AM
Yes, you've got a great memory ! I believe the large size pictured in Askey's is in a museum.
By FRENCHURCH - 11/10/2016 11:35:52 AM
what a fabilus piece of salt glazed the lip just gorgeous a super piece of great age first class Bulbowesaurus:)
By Poacher - 11/10/2016 6:59:59 PM
So, your really a northerner John? :D Aye upp lad, fancy that;) Nice early stoneware; wonderful thing :cool:
By bulbous neckus - 11/10/2016 10:52:49 PM
Brilliant ! Many thanks for finding that, Keith.

Yes, I'm half n' half, dunno which bit is worse, though !