A very pretty porcelain (bone china) pierced rim comport or dessert dish standing on three acanthus scroll feet. This comport or dessert dish has an understated grey ground border with ornately gilded scrolls and grape vines in a late Georgian or early Victorian "Neo Rococo" manner from circa 1835. The comport is of a lobed "C" scroll round shape with a single leaf decorated handle with three equally spaced ribbon scroll piercings around the rim. This lovely quality and highly collectable dessert dish is unmarked, other than the iron red pattern number 502 on the base.
This item was possibly made by The Rockingham factory at the Swinton Works, near Rotherham in the West Riding of Yorkshire England, porcelain was produced there by the Brameld family from 1806 until 1842.
This dish is approximately 64 mm high, 247 mm long and is 228 mm wide, It weigh 581 grammes unpacked.
Item condition: Very good antique condition. no chips cracks nor restoration, some wear to the gilding, marks from use and very small amount of very minor bone china discolouration under the rim. Please see the images.
This is a great item to add to any collection of cabinet plates, dessert dishes, antique English 19th century, late Georgian early Victorian or Rockingham porcelain.
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