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Agincourt, Crown Clarence

Agincourt Design, Jon Anton for Crown Clarence

Agincourt Design by Jon Anton, Crown Clarence, Staffordshire

The simple but catching design with its Celtic cross is stamped to the base “Agincourt”, Jon Anton. It is a design that pops up now and then, but doesn’t seem to have been produced in large numbers.

The crown on the backstamp of these pieces is the makers mark for “Crown Clarence”. Research tells me that this was one of the brands produced by “The Co-operative Wholesale Society Ltd”, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire. This maker produced a number of brands including “Windsor” and “Crown Clarence”.

This design is attributed to the 1960s, and came in a dark green and dark blue variation as well. It is slip cast stoneware pottery, and relatively light weight. As you can see the relief design of the stylised Celtic cross stands out more on some pieces better than others. Love the shape of the lidded sugar bowl.

I have yet to find out anything about Jon Anton – except for seeing a few designs he produced for this and other Staffordshire potteries.

Agincourt Design, Jon Anton for Crown Clarence

Agincourt Design, Jon Anton for Crown Clarence

Agincourt Design, Jon Anton for Crown Clarence

Agincourt Design, Jon Anton for Crown Clarence

Agincourt Design, Jon Anton for Crown Clarence

Agincourt Design, Jon Anton for Crown Clarence

Agincourt Design, Jon Anton for Crown Clarence

Agincourt Design, Jon Anton for Crown Clarence

Agincourt Design, Jon Anton for Royal Clarence

Agincourt Design, Jon Anton for Crown Clarence

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