Burleigh Pottery was founded in 1851 in Stoke-on-Trent, England by William Leigh and Frank Burgess (also known as Burgess & Leigh) and specialized in patterned, high-quality earthenware; In 1930 the name was officially changed to Burleigh and all succeeding products bore the “Burleigh” stamp- the company was sold in 1999 and purchased by Denby Pottery in 2010. This lovely cup is from the Davenport Hunting Scenes by Burgess and Leigh collection that was introduced in the 1950s, using the images of engravings by an in-house artist reflecting the Davenport Hunt scenes in Davenport, England in the Victorian era. Though this pattern was produced over a few years slight variations from year to year are apparent such as the shape of handles and measurements of the pieces. Beautiful white oversized mug (could be a soup cup) with etched and colored fox hunters with a horn/horseshoe/hunting stick logo and small dinner plate with 2 hunters on white horses forging a countryside stream. Excellent condition, c 1950s. Plate measures 9 inches and the mug measures 4 ¼ inches tall x 4 inches wide.
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