1890 Searcy’s Oriental Salt Button Top Pot Lid-Victorian Advertising

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#AD336 Antique Victorian British Advertising: 1890's Searcy’s Oriental Salt Button Top Lid-Antique England Advertising 


A beautiful and unusual Victorian 1880-1890’s small 2” ironstone transferware Button Pot Lid for SEARCY'S ORIENTAL SALT. There is a snake on a tree trademarked advertising icon, and the snake is 'S' shaped for Searcy's.

John Searcy 1813-1898 was a master confectioner and baker to the 3rd Duke of Northumberland and confectioner to the HRH the Prince of Wales and also a wine merchant. He started his own business in London 1847. 

The underside is stamped IV with the outer edge ridged to increase the grip. See photos for full condition, minor edge wear around top.
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Size: 2 inches diameter
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