Please note that most of our items are pre-loved and may have minor imperfections commensurate with the date of manufacture. Vintage items are about 40 to 100 years old, antique pieces are over 100 years old.Minor wear should be considered acceptable, they are simply part of the character of owning an older piece. I give full condition reports for each item, please feel free to contact me for further details. Staffordshire tea set from one of England's oldest potteries, Coalport in Shropshire c1750. The two Rose brothers, John and Thomas, each set up their own pottery on opposite sides of the canal producing fine tableware for the luxury market. However it was the elder brother John Rose who became famous for his pottery, having his own distinct style, the factories were joined circa 1815. Early tea set, typical of the era, with a cobalt blue enamel band and hand painted floral panels, beautifully decorated and delicately gilded. Pattern number in blue 7035. Large bowl - 9 cm x 16.5 cm diameter.
Lovely condition, no chips or cracks - circa 180 years old. Our offices are based in a lovely old barn conversion near the North Cotswold village of Chipping Campden where every figurine is professionally cleaned and checked under UV light so an accurate condition report can be established before individual items are added to the website. If you wish to come and meet us we exhibit at the Antiques for everyone Spring, Summer and Winter fairs at the NEC Birmingham, the largest vetted art fair outside of London. This item is in the category "Pottery, Ceramics & Glass\Decorative Cookware & Tableware\Cup & Saucers". The seller is "coscombe" and is located in this country: GB.
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