An unusual 19th century English porcelain ‘cottage’ pastille burner, unusually made in three sections, profusley decorated with vastly overscale applied flowers, each petal made, applied and painted by hand.
Very much in the Coalport/Coalbrookdale style but probably made in Staffordshire.
Height : 7¼” (18.5cm)
Width of base: 5¾” (14.5cm)
Condition : The lid and centre section are in remarkably good condition, with just a few chips & small losses to petals and leaves, no restoration. The base section has some professional restoration to some of the petals & leaves, no damage to the actual base itself.
Stock ref : 17086/yip-ng+sjx