Victorian Stoneware FilterLondon & General
Victorian salt glazed stoneware water filter by London & General - circa 1800's. Water in London was pretty bad in the 19th century, well,.. actually kind of disgusting. So pretty much every well-to-do household would have a water filter. This particular piece was made by the London & General Purifying Company and patented by F. H. Danchell. It's quite a difficult item to find outside of England, and really makes a statement in a room with being around 20" tall. Very unique item that you'll enjoy showing off!
Note: Because of its size and weight, this item does not qualify for our free shipping offer.
- Made in England in the 19th century.
- Measures almost 20" in height.
- Weighs over 23 pounds.
- Marked "Strand London 157 Household filter".
- Part of our Estate Collection and in very good vintage condition, but does have a few chips that you would expect on an older item like this. The largest chip is on the top rim of the piece (please see photo).
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