A Staffordshire Porcelain Pastille Burner in form of a Cottage,. Circa 1825. - Earle D. Vandekar - For Sale

A Staffordshire Porcelain Pastille Burner in form of a Cottage,. Circa 1825. - Earle D. Vandekar
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A Staffordshire porcelain pastille burner in form of a cottage, Probably Alcock, Circa 1825. The pastille burner is in the form of a hexagonal-shaped cottage and is made in two parts with the cover in the form of the roof being removable. ;The cottage has green moss separating the different sides of the house repeated on the roof which has gilt tiles and a central chimney. ;The house has doors to front and back and the remaining sides each have a large central window highlighted in gilt. ;Around the base are large coloured flowers. ;Unusually, on the back side of the base are two large moulded flowers coloured in yellow and orange. Dimensions: Height: 4 1/2 inches x Width: 4 1/4 inches

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Earle D. Vandekar of Knightsbridge Inc.
P.O. Box 55
Maryknoll
New York-10545
USA
Contact Details :
Email : paul@vandekar.com
Phone : 212-308-2022

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