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Both Named, Very Rare, And Retired Fruits - Excellent Condition!

I am pleased to offer a Portmeirion small ramekin featuring two of the most rare and sought after Pomona Gooseberry fruits, Wilmot's Early Red and Queen Of Sheba. I am not sure that ramekins are still being made in the Pomona pattern and might be retired.

This dish is in excellent condition with no flaws and very little, if any, signs of use! Please be sure to look below for more photos and a full description.

Portmeirion Pomona Gooseberry Ramekin

Both Gooseberries were retired early and many years ago. They were continued to be used as accent fruits on large pieces but were not accompanied by their common name.

Portmeirion Pomona Gooseberry Ramekin - Wilmots Early Red Portmeirion Pomona Gooseberry Ramekin - Queen Of Sheba
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There are two of each Gooseberries around the bowl.

Portmeirion Pomona Queen Of Sheba Close Up
Portmeirion Pomona Wilmots Early Red Close Up
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Portmeirion Pomona Gooseberry Ramekin Top View
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Size Approximately 3-1/4" across the top, 2-7/8 across the bottom, and a little over 1-1/2" deep
Transfer All are perfect and bright with no flaws
Ground Very white
Glaze No crazing, very shiny glaze, and no other glaze flaws seen
Chips/Cracks None
Stains None
Use Marks The only indication of use I see is some very slight shelf wear on the bottom unglazed ring where it sits on a surface.
Other Comments A wonderful very rare Pomona ramekin featuring both Gooseberries!

The ID mark is the original brown colored round Pomona Goddess Of Fruit ID. This piece dates to the early 1980's.

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