Truly a rare find and beautiful piece of early works of the potteries of Staffordshire late 18th or early 19th Century (Per appraiser but I was unable to find another like it anywhere to confirm). A goat creamer with deep blue flow on his body on a white finish. With a lighter blue flow on his ears, eyes and horns and the finish from neck and face is more of an off white. Gold gilt is mostly worn away. There is crazing and small hairline cracks throughout - picture of front hoofs there are lines but no repairs its all smooth and nothing shows up with black like. There are no marking on bottom.
Condition: Not so bad for being over 200 years old. :-) It is rough where there are cuts the mouth, opening and hoofs. The base is scuffed a bit around the edges. Gold Gilt is worn and there is crazing through out. No the less it would make a wonderful addition to any Staffordshire Blue Flow collection! Please look closely at all pictures
Measures: 9" long x 5 1/5" tall x 3 3/4" deep
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Rare Staffordshire Flow Blue Goat Creamer - 18th Century