Warranted Sydney Pitcher & Punch Bowl / Wm. Adams & Sons Teacups & Saucers (photo)

by Debra
(Boulder, CO USA)

Warranted Sydney Pitcher

Warranted Sydney Pitcher

Warranted Sydney Pitcher
Punchbowl not stamped, but looks like Warranted Sydney
Wm. Adams & Sons England Teacup - Saucer

These were passed down to me from my grandmother. The pitcher says "warranted Sydney", I don't see any markings on punchbowl.

I also have teacups and saucers stamped "Wm Adams & Sons England, Real Ironstone China"

Do you have any history on these?
Are they of any value? If so, how much/little? Wondering if I should keep them, sell, or donate.
Thanks.

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Dec 10, 2013
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Snowflake pitcher NEW
by: Ardith

I have this pitcher, same trademark, but mine has a gold line around it with a snowflake upper middle.Soapdish with it also with gold line trim'

Apr 10, 2013
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Sydney pitcher and basin NEW
by: Anonymous

From what I understand the Sydney has to do with the shape. It is a pitcher and wash basin from late 1800's to early 19s. I have also heard Sydney xcould be the artist for warranted for a short time. I've seen prices from $50 to $300 us dollars. Hope that helps

Sep 27, 2012
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It's a water basin NEW
by: Anonymous

An antique dealer advised me that the Warranted Sydney set is not a pitcher & punch bowl, but a pitcher and wash basin. The pitcher sits inside the basin when not in use.

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