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SylvaC (England) ceramic figures - price guide and values
SylvaC with a deliberate capital C at the end is a brand of British ornamental pottery characterised primarily by figurines of animals and Toby Jugs. The SylvaC company briefly ceased production in although production of SylvaC pieces was resumed in by the current trademark holder Norman Williams. The company was founded in by William Copestake and William Shaw. They gave their names to the fledgling company - Shaw and Copestake. Copestake left in , however, and Richard Hull became Shaw's partner. Hull's son joined in and in the Thomas Lawrence Falcon Pottery was bought which produced pottery with the distinctive 'falcon' mark on it. However, the Shaw and Copestake company maintained its original name right up until the end.
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For those of you whom are regular readers of my blog, you are probably now all aware of the fact that I love pottery! Over the years I have acquired many pieces from vases to ornaments, to whole tea and dinner services. Some things were given as gifts by now, sadly, deceased relatives and these items have sentimental value; a contact with the past and a loving memory. Others appeal because of their colour or style.
Marks China including, Masons Ashlea pattern tea service, Tony Wood toby jug, Poole wareSylvac and a variety of ornamental tea pots, a quick of vases, collectors plates, cake plate and a China swan. A box of mainly cat figures but also including Sylvac pieces, acorn, and bird. Together with the box containing china and plateware, Poole the, doll, alarm clock, Coalport sylvac 2.