This fabulous hand painted Imari pattern is Chamberlain's #276, popularly known as "Thumb and Finger". The unusual shape of the coffee can is called "bucket".
The set was made c 1802-1805 according to Godden's "Chamberlain-Worcester Porcelain". The can is about 2-3/4" high. The deep saucer is 5". It is not marked.
The can is in excellent condition, with only a tiny firing flaw on the handle. It rings when tapped.
The saucer is in fair condition, with a spider crack visible on the back, another crack leading up to the edge, and a chip on the rim visible from the back, but barely seen from the front. It has the pattern number, 276, hand painted on the back. There is no charge for this saucer.
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