Low Round Creamer Jug John Rose Coalport Porcelain Antique circa 1820
An early 19th century antique low round creamer or milk jug in porcelain (bone china) by John Rose of Coalport circa 1800. King George III was still alive however, the Prince Regent, later George the IV, was on the throne when this was made during the Regency period. It has a nicely moulded low round shape with a waisted body. It has a bifurcated upper handle attachment and the lower terminal is in the form of a shell. The outer surface is decorated with a transfer printed floral design that has been hand coloured in green and turquoise.
This beautiful antique porcelain jug is in very good antique condition. There is some minor wear to the enamel and minor fritting to the body. No chips, cracks nor restoration.
This is a great antique item to add to any collection of small antique jugs, low round jugs, creamers, pitchers, English porcelain or John Rose Coalport items.
Plate 716 on page 120 of A Cabinet of British Creamers by Michael Berthoud.
Height 3 3/16 inches ( 8.1 cm)
Length 6 1/4 inches ( 15.8 cm)
Width 4 3/4 inches ( 12.1 cm)
Weight 228 grammes unpacked
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