CHARLES BOURNE STAFFORDSHIRE REGENCY PORCELAIN CREAMER JUG C.1817-20
striking English porcelain
cream jug by Charles Bourne - brightly decorated oblong shape with
distinctive high rounded handle, including pronounced thumb rest. These
fine Regency Charles Bourne porcelains are rare and were only made
between c.1817 and 1830 at the Foley Potteries Fenton Staffordshire. A
great antique for the serious collector and a super cabinet display
See A Cabinet of
British Creamers, Michael Berthoud page 112 colour plates
667 and 668. Also Staffordshire
Porcelain Geoffrey Godden Ed. plates 358 & 359 pp.
240-241 for further examples of fine Charles Bourne porcelain cream
jugs in this shape.
height 100 mm max. width 140 mm max.
Very good display condition. Decoration is good with no significant
wear. No restoration. Traces of age/use related light browning to
handle. Hairline crack extends down side of jug - difficult to spot as
'hidden' by the pattern but visible to inside. Piece is
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