Staffordshire Porcelain Pitcher England Circa 1830


This simple, charming Staffordshire porcelain pitcher is perfect for flowers.
Made in England circa 1830, the pitcher has a beautiful hand painted bouquet on the front.
We see colors of pink, light blue, yellow, purple, orange, and two tones of green on the leaves.
Three horizontal gilt bands define the base, neck, and top of the pitcher.
The handle has an embossed decoration of leaves on the vine.

Dimensions: 6.75″ tall x 6.5″ from the end of spout to end of handle x 4.75″ diameter at the widest point and 3″ diameter across the base

Condition: Very good, with slight wear to the painted enamels (see close-up images). The porcelain and gilding are perfect.

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Background of Staffordshire Pottery

By the late 18th century, North Staffordshire was Britain’s largest producer of ceramics, despite significant centers elsewhere. Large export markets took Staffordshire pottery around the world, especially in the 19th century.

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