This handsome English porcelain creamer dates from the middle of the nineteenth century. The dominant color is cobalt, accented with gilt bands showing little wear. Leaves and flowers swirl around the creamer. a distinctive feature is the Red Cross symbol at the front of the creamer. The pattern is called "Canton," which is clearly stamped on the bottom. The length of the creamer is 6.5 inches and the height is 4.75 inches. The width is 3 inches. The piece is in outstanding condition with no discernible flaws.
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