Coalport Cranberry bowl


Beautiful tea set made at the Coalport factory circa 1820. The set is made in the famous “London” shape, which was brought out by Spode in 1813, and is instantly recognisable as the handles were always almost vertical with just a slight splayed angle, the saucer is a deep tea dish, the teapot and jug low and long.
This fabulous set is decorated with an early transfer print and hand-coloured in bright enamels over the glaze and then hand gilded. The pattern consists of leaved branches around a central flower vase. Pattern # 696.

The Cranberry bowl is a deep straight sided bowl, as it’s name suggests, for serving cranberries. Made of bright white china clay with hand detailed enamels and gilding.

Bowl – 8 cm x 16.5 cm diam.

Lovely condition, no damage, fabulous colours, over 200 years old. However there may be some light age related crazing and slight staining present. Please look at photos.

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This thriving pottery in Coalbrookdale, Shropshire England produced a variety of tablewares, mostly overglaze decorated in flower designs,  from around 1750 until it’s closure in 1926.

Visit the Coalport China Museum

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