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Thomas Rose Coalport Antique Hybrid Hard Paste Porcelain Tea Pot Stand Rectangular Shaped with Gilded pattern number 1149 Regency Period circa 1812


An antique Thomas Rose Coalport London shaped hybrid hard paste porcelain tea pot stand gilded pattern 1149 dating from the Regency period circa 1812.Click the image to enlarge
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Thomas Rose Coalport Antique Hybrid Hard Paste Porcelain Tea Pot Stand Rectangular Shaped with Gilded pattern number 1149 Regency Period circa 1812


An attractive antique porcelain London shape teapot stand decorated with gilded floriate pattern number 1149, featuring fronded leaves and stylised flowers on a white hybrid hard paste porcelain ground. The gilt pattern number 1149 is painted underneath. There is gilded lining or banding around the rim. The teapot stand was made by Thomas Rose of Coalport and dates to around 1812 during the Regency period of the later George IV. It was made in Coalport, Shropshire, England when George III was King but, the Prince Regent was on the throne in the early 19th century during the late Georgian era.

This lovely antique Thomas Rose Coalport porcelain teapot stand is in good antique condition. There is some very minor rubbing to the gilding, no chips, cracks nor restoration.

This is a great antique item to add to any collection of antique teapot stands, Thomas Rose Coalport porcelain,  English Regency period tea ware or Coalport porcelain items. 

Reference.
The matching creamer for this stand ( listed separately) identifies this as Thomas Rose see Plate 670 of a Cabinet of British Creamers by Michael Berthoud.

Approximate sizes
Height 7/8 inch ( 2.3 cm)
Width 6 inches ( 15.2 cm)
Length 7 7/16 inches ( 18.8 cm)
Weight 310 grammes unpacked

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