Offered is a finely potted porcelain creamer in the old oval shape that was probably made by the Coalport company. The body is of a hybrid hard paste porcelain and this would date from about 1800 to 1810. The form is one Coalport used during this period and the quality of the gilding and the enamel certainly points to this factory. Featured is a wide band with alternating squares of flowers and gold leaves. Very well made.
Dimensions: Height to the top of the handle or spout is 4",the length from handle to spout is 4 3/4" and the width is about 2 3/8".
Condition: Excellent. There are no chips or cracks and there is no restoration. The glaze is smooth and shiny and the gilding and decoration is unworn and bright on this delicately potted example. There is a small, short, in the making firing line on the inside of a side rim as shown that does not go through to the outside.
Early period antiques are quite old, were made to be used, and frequently have signs of age and use and sometimes a small manufacturing flaw or repair. While this is normal and to be expected, I note any known issues in the condition description.
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