Here is a notable and rare creamboat that was publically shown in the 1997 Liverpool Exhibition and is illustrated (and attributed to the Chaffers factory) in figure 81 of Bernard Watney’s “Liverpool Porcelain of the 18th Century.” It is unusual in having a scallop shell molded below the lip, rather than the more standard dolphins. It stands only two and three-quarters inches tall. Condition of this important creamer: two cracks and several minute edge chips. A rare survivor of pieces that all too often were dropped during everyday use, broken and thrown away.


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ITEM ID
C307
TYPE
Ceramics, Hand Painted, Porcelain
COLOR
Blue, White
STYLE
Georgian, Rococo, Rococo Revival
ORIGIN
England • English
PURPOSE
Creamers
ITEM TYPE
Antique

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Richard Chaffers (or Perhaps Philip Christian) Liverpool Porcelain Shell-Shaped Creamer with Eel Handle C1765.

$350

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