Here is a mid 19th century English Victorian Jackfield Pottery cow creamer. She is made of red clay finished in black crystalline glaze. A small amount of her original gold gilding remains on her horns, ears, and eyes. Her udders are intact, her tail is curled up to form a handle, and her open mouth is the pouring spout. Minor roughness on the mouth shows the red clay. The original lid is in great shape; its underside showing the old red clay. There are stilt marks on the base and a few spurs are under the glaze in various places. She measures 7 inches long and 5 inches tall. The base measures 5.5 inches long and 3.75 inches wide. She remains in great shape for an old girl.
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