W H Goss For Auction
Goss crested ware, a form of heraldic china, was manufactured from 1858 to 1939 and is typically white glazed porcelain carrying the coat of arms of the place where each piece was sold as a souvenir.
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W H Goss pottery facts:
- A pottery that made ornaments rather than functional ceramics, the firm is best known for its contribution to commemorative ware and souvenirs.
- Goss exhibited at the Great International Exhibition in 1862, gaining a medal for his display of parian ware - a marble-like unglazed porcelain used for sculptural pieces.
- Later Goss work, from the early 1880s onwards, saw them branching out into much cheaper and more mass-produced souvenir ware.