This is a nice early 19th century sugar bowl with lid. Decorated with gilded grape vines and goat head handles. It is in good condition with a very light crazing commensurate with its age. I do see a tiny chip in glaze on the top of grape of lid. A small chip repair on top edge and on two goat ears that were reattached. One insignificant crack on bottom foot glazed over from manufacturing. (See pictures. Lower price reflects flaws.) Antique yellowware is considered earthenware and not quite as durable as ironstone. Collectors do expect some wear, including crazing and small chips due to its friability. The bowl measures about 6-1/2 inches wide and 3-7/8 inches tall with lid. Has lost gold from use and handling. Marked on the bottom EE and number 21.
Antique Yellow Ware Raised Relief Goat Heads and Grape Vines Covered Sugar or Yellowware Pottery Trinket Box EE