Antique Early Wedgwood Temple Pattern Coffee Can Circa 1810 Georgian
This high quality and decorative coffee can was produced by Josiah Wedgwood in England at the beginning of the 19th century, circa 1810. The coffee can features a luxuriously gilt and cobalt hand painted over transfer Japan pattern, with a decorative temple at the centerpiece. This thinly potted and very light weight coffee can features a well modeled Spode type handle, it is one of the nicest variants of this handle type. The base of the coffee can is clearly marked with the impressed curved WEDGWOOD back stamp and various painter/ decorators marks.
Measuring: Diameter with handle 3 7/8” (9.9 cm). Diameter without handle 2.75” (7 cm). Height 2.75” (7 cm).
Condition: Excellent, this coffee can is free from damage or restoration. There a tiny circular firing faults to the rim but this is incredibly minor, less than 1/16” or 1 mm. There is some very minor natural crazing to the interior. This coffee can is in remarkable condition for its vast age and is a good, rare example.
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