John Rose Coalport Porcelain Trio Two Temples Broseley Pattern Antique c 1800
Antique early 19th century, English hybrid hard paste porcelain trio, a royal fluted teabowl, coffee can and saucer circa 1800.
They have the attractive blue and white Chinoiserie transfer printed pattern known by collectors as the Two Temples II variation Broseley, originally produced in 1780 by Caughley from a Chinese original. For more details on this pattern see the Transfer ware collectors club database pattern number 10029.
This trio has been attributed to John Rose who operated from Coalport, Shropshire, England. He took over the nearby Caughley factory from Thomas Turner from 1795 and also had his own factory by the canal at Coalport. This pattern is also known as Broseley, Broseley Willow and Pagodas by some collectors.
The teabowl is 2.04 inches (52mm) high by 3.58 inches (91mm) diameter.The coffee can is 2.44 inches (62mm) high by 2.71 inches (69mm) diameter. The saucer has a diameter of 5.82 inches (148mm) and a deep curved side stands 1.25 inches (31mm) high. Together they weigh 341g unpacked.
They are in very good antique condition. The tea bowl and saucer have no chips crack nor restoration however, the coffee can has a crack down one side that has been stabilised. Please see the images.
This is a great item for any collector of English early 19th century tea bowls and saucers or Coalport and transfer printed porcelain.