We offer this outstanding late 19th century Royal Crown Derby vase in pumpkin form with onion dome shaped cover. The vase is hand painted in raised floral enamels stepped up with gilding. The cover has bas-relief designs and a ribbed finial.
Derby Porcelain, one of England's most famous potters, began on Nottingham Road in 1756. King George III granted Derby the prestigious right to incorporate the crown into their backstamp. In 1877, they moved to Osmaton Road, which began their modern period and the use of their present name, Royal Crown Derby. This backstamp was used between 1877 – 1890.
The vase is in excellent condition with beautiful ivory undertones and soft muted pastel enamels, a rare find for the collector of this prestigious English porcelain.
Size: 12" Height by 8" Diameter.
Item ID: PS110606
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