A delightful Staffordshire creamware antique sugar bowl with lid, featuring hand-painted designs of flowers and leaves known as the “King’s Rose” pattern. The handles on the bowl and cover are designed in a crossed strap form.
The “King’s Rose” pattern was very popular in the late 18th and early 19th century. Pieces in this pattern were made by several of the 18th century English creamware factories, including Wedgwood.
H 4.25 in. x D 4.25 in.
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