Here is a very rare example from a Minton tea service in pattern 306, displaying a yellow ground with hand-painted landscapes in circular reserves surrounded by gilt lines. The paintings of English landscapes are expertly done, and the waterfall is an especially unusual feature. I have nearly a whole tea service in this pattern, and for years I’ve been looking for a teapot and creamer to complete it. If you have a matching teapot and/or creamer to sell, I’ll buy them and remove the pieces of this set from Ruby Lane. (I also have a trio on offer.) Or let me know if you want to buy all 18 of my pieces: at least one of us will have a full set. This bowl is in outstanding condition, pristine really, with no chips or cracks and no gilt wear. Rings like a bell when tapped. It’s the best of the best—a rare item with extraordinary preservation. It is six inches across and three and a half inches high.
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Early Minton Waste Bowl from a Tea Set, Landscapes Yellow Ground Pattern 306 C.1805.