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Vintage Crown Devon Stockholm Toast rack

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About Crown Devon

Crown Devon is a range of pottery figurines that were extremely popular in the first half of the 20th century - and they were often quite fun. Crown Devon's origins date to 1878 when Simon Fielding began a pottery business at Railway Pottery in Stoke-on-Trent. His son Abraham paid off the company's debts when it ran into trouble and took on much of the production himself. He became the owner in 1905 following his father's death. Abraham turned the business around and began producing majolica - a type of glazed, colourful earthenware pottery that was very fashionable at the time. The Crown Devon backstamp appeared on many pieces, and eventually in 1911 Railway Pottery was renamed Devon Pottery. By the 1920s and '30s, the company was producing contemporary styles of pottery, figurines and Art Deco-style pieces featuring mottled glaze and floral and geometrical designs - which were very much in vogue. Most of the figurines produced were modelled by Kathleen Parsons. These included a series of nudes and a set of nine champion's dog's heads, which are today very valuable. Kitsch pieces included tankards that depicted traditional scenes, such as, 'A Yorkshireman's advice to his son.' Other tankards played music, while souvenir pieces were produced in great amounts in the 1930s. Other fun pieces manufactured include a musical dog kennel and musical chamber pot. The factory was shut in 1982, and today, pieces that cost very little to produce at the time can fetch very high prices at auction.