Grade "B" condition trio of James Keiller pots, includes these exact three pieces.
Three pound app. 5.5 x 4 5
Two pound app 5 x 4
One pound app 4 x 3.5
Sold as found with hairline cracks, chips and aging due to burial.
"The story from research goes that marmalade was invented in 1700, when a storm-damaged Spanish ship, carrying Seville oranges, sought refuge in Dundee harbour. The cargo was sold off cheaply to James Keiller, a down-on-his-luck local merchant, whose wife turned it into a preserve." (google search)
Background pieces are props only.
Ships to forty eight contiguous states.