Staffordshire Thatched Cottage Pastille Burner.


Early 19th century Staffordshire pottery pastille burner in the form of a two-piece square ‘thatched’ cottage with simulated ‘timber frame’ walls and red brick chimneys.
Decorated with overglaze enamel colours.
Date: circa 1820
Height : 3¾” (9.5cm)
Condition :  Restoration to both chimneys, a few unrestored chips to top edge of walls, enamel flaking on base.
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