A pair of Victorian stoneware Taylor's mustard pots, made by George Skey Wilncote Works in Tamworth.
Each pot is decorated with the distinctive treacle coloured glaze and typography, as shown in pictures. William Taylor founded his factory in Union Street, Newport Pagnell and in 1830 produced the first English mustard to be sold ready prepared.
The mustard was sold in these gorgeous stoneware pots. Both pots are in great condition, the larger pot has a small chip in the glaze at its neck but it doesn't go down to the stoneware and doesn't detract from the pot.
Please see pictures for full details. Larger pot: 10.5cm x 7cm Smaller pot: 8cm x 5.5cm