Motto Ware Bowl Ill Blows The Wind Dartmouth Mottoware 1940s Sugar Bowl
This motto ware or mottoware bowl was made by the Dartmouth Pottery of Devon, England and bears the following motto: Ill Blows The Wind That Profits Nobody.
The motto ware bowl is decorated with the traditional cottage.
The bowl, which may be a sugar basin or bowl, measures 4 inches in diameter by 2.5 inches high and was made in the 1940-1950s.
The bowl could hold paper clips on a desk, rings and jewellery in the bedroom or lemon slices, cream or jam as well as sugar on the tea or dining table.
It is in very good +++ used vintage condition with no chips or cracks and only mild normal crazing, and is very collectible.
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