Established in the 18th century by John Rose, Coalport Porcelain, named for the Shropshire village where it was produced, enjoyed world-wide renown for its high quality china and porcelain. In 1967 Coalport China became part of the Wedgewood Group, and the original factory in Coalport is now a museum where examples of Coalport China's production can be viewed.
Designed by Donald Brindley in the 1960's and decorated with Chinois-style dragons circling the body and adorning the lid, I had been using this as a trinket box for years before I discovered that it was actually a generously sized covered sugar bowl.
Condition is excellent, free from chipping, cracking crazing or restoration.
Marked with blue Coalport backstamp and original paper label on the underside of the lid.
H w/lid 3.75", D 4.5", base 3.5".
Item ID: 248
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