Lovely early 19th Century English printed porcelain lusterware set comprised of a lovely London shape tea pot, creamer and open sugar decorated with strawberry lustre trim and pink / puce / magenta printed scenes of mother and child rustic landscapes. Unmarked as early pieces often were. We have seen similar items described as English, made by New Hall circa 1810-1820. The printed decor is inspired by Adam Buck, a Regency illustrator and miniature painter. In the 19th Century lusterware tea sets were often displayed under gaslights on mirrored trays to enhance their metallic sheen. In good used condition with restoration and hairlines to teapot as shown. Matching cups, saucers and bowls listed separately. Shipped fully insured with tracking number.
Measurements: Teapot: 10" from spout to handle; Creamer: 6 1/8" from spout to handle; Open Sugar Bowl: 5" diameter approximately.
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