Harmony Rose Boot-James Kent Old Foley
There were five “Foley” pottery works in the Fenton district of England. The Old Foley Pottery of James Kent was one of them. It became a Limited company in 1913, and remained in business until it was bought by the Bayer pharmaceutical company in 1981. This boot was produced after 1955, as it bears the back stamp used at that time. It is in the Harmony Rose pattern, featuring pink and white roses and gold trim. It measures 5″ long, is 2 1/4″ wide and stands 3 1/8″ high. It is in excellent condition, with no chips, cracks or repairs.
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