Fine English porcelain cottage pastille burner. Possibly Spode.


A fine and large English porcelain pastille burner, c. 1830, possibly Spode. Modelled as cottage, profusely encrusted with flowers and bocage. Having two chimneys, and a porch, painted with roses. The gable end, with a retractable, encrusted tray, to carry a pastille tablet.
Set before paved lawns, upon a mound base.
Height - 6 3/4", 17.3 cm.
Length - 8", 20.3 cm.
Condition - Typical, very minor chips to the foliage. Crack across the internal tray. Otherwise in exceptionally fine condition.

Medium: Porcelain

Height:  17.30 cm, 6.81"
Width:  20 cm, 7.87"

Condition: Typical, very minor chips to the foliage. Crack across the internal tray. Otherwise in exceptionally fine condition.

£950

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