Charles Bourne worked at a small pottery in Fenton beginning about 1807 and began making porcelain about 1815. He closed the factory in 1830 because of his poor health. His wares are always well-made and well-decorated, in quality comparable with Spode. The bone china creamer or cream jug here is five and three-quarters inches long and undamaged, but there is a bit of gilding wear. This antique porcelain creamer has Bourne’s pattern number of 625, which shows a somewhat different look on either side. All Bourne wares are rare nowadays.


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ITEM ID
T798
TYPE
Pottery, Imari
PURPOSE
Creamers
ITEM TYPE
Antique

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Charles Bourne Antique Creamer in Imari Style C.1825

$175


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