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Fine Quality Ringtons Tea Jug Excellent condition

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About Ringtons

A family business that was founded in 1907, Ringtons is a tea manufacturing company based in North East England. Originally travelling around the UK on a horse and cart selling tea in decorative caddies, Ringtons' produce soon included coffee, biscuits, sweets and even dried eggs and canned meat during World War I. Although they still exist today, goods are no longer delivered by horse and cart, with a great deal of trading done online, however, the company prides itself on the 280,000 door-to-door customers that remain in Great Britain. Over the years, Ringtons has employed a number of pottery companies to design tea caddies, teapots and jugs, some of which include Wade, Maling and James Sadler. As a novel advertising gimmick in 1928, Maling produced Ringtons' first ever tea caddy, which is square in shape and decorated with a 'Willow' pattern. It's worth noting that although other potteries have legitimately reproduced this style for Ringtons, there are many fakes around, which can usually be distinguished by their domed lid and lower quality potting and decoration. Maling continued to produce hexagonal tea caddies decorated with cathedrals, castles and bridges, blue 'Chintz' patterned teapots and jugs and vases embossed with pansies and violas until 1962. Despite other companies also making pottery for Ringtons, authentic teapots, tea caddies and jugs are in high demand, with the most popular designs including the 'Pekoe' shape jug decorated with 'Blossom Bough', the 'Jesmond' shape teapot with embossed 'Autumn Leaves' and a white saucer featuring blue birds and flowers which was designed specially by Wedgwood.