Cinque Ports Green and Brown Coffee Pot with Cups and Saucers

A coffee pot with two cups and saucers from the Cinque Ports Pottery in Rye. Second-hand.

What's for sale?

This is a tall and slender coffee pot with a matching pair of coffee cups and saucers.

The set is handmade and hand-painted and you can see the brush strokes in the artist's decoration. The horizontal lines and oval pattern are slightly indented into the surface and then in-filled with the brown glaze.

The external surface has been washed with a matt green glaze, while the interior finish is a high-gloss white. 

Who made it and when?

It was made by the Cinque Ports Pottery Ltd at the Monastery workshop in Rye, Sussex. The stamp on the underneath dates it sometime between 1960s and 1980s and reads:

  • Cinque Ports Pottery Ltd
  • The Monastery
  • Rye

What condition is it in?

  • Second-hand
  • In very good condition
  • No chips or cracks
  • One of the cups has noticeable crazing in the white glaze inside and underneath.

What are the measurements?

  • Pot:
  • 27.5cm high (11 inches)
  • 22cm spout to handle  (8.66 inches)
  • 9 cm diameter (3.5 inches)
  • Cups:
  • 8.5cm high (3.35 inches)
  • 6cm diameter (2.36 inches)
  • Saucers:
  • 2cm high (0.75 inches)
  • 13cm diameter (5.12 inches)

  • 1473g the set

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Cinque Ports Pottery
20th century (1900-1999)
Stock ID:
1 in stock

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