This dramatic cup and saucer dates to around 1810, and since several factories made this style it is difficult to pinpoint the factory that made it. John Rose’s factory in Coalport is a possibly the best option. The combination of gilding and brown enamel makes for a very pleasing design. The saucer is five and a quarter inches across. There’s no damage, but it looks like spots in the gilded central ring of the saucer have been expertly touched up with color. As always, slight wear. Please check the photos.
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