ENGLISH PORCELAIN HAND PAINTED TEABOWL AND SAUCER IN RARE CARNATION PATTERN
interesting c.1800 Pinxton English porcelain hand painted fluted
teabowl and saucer. The classic Carnation
flower style pattern consists of a large central flower head monochrome
hand painted in a distinctive chocolate brown enamel: a colour found on
other early Pinxton Cottage Sprigs patterns. A
good, rarely seen, reference and display antique and the only example
of this pattern we have offered."Antiques Expert Hamilton Bear.
width saucer 137 mm max. height teabowl 65 mm max..
pattern number 45 to saucer only as illustrated.
A great display item. In excellent
condition with no damage to porcelain and no significant defects. Minor
specs and traces of enamel wear to rims of both pieces and pattern.
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