Rococo Revival Duo


Samuel Alcock (1822-1859 Staffordshire England) was one of our most prominent 19th century potters and his rare fine china wares are sought after by collectors worldwide.

This is a beautiful teacup and saucer made by Samuel Alcock, circa 1840, during the Rococo Revival era. The cup and saucer are hand decorated with a cobalt blue enamel and 24 ct gold. The cup has a generous open shape with beautiful moulding around the rim and a “rustic bean” cup handle ( it’s shape ). And did you know that moulded rims on teacups help your lips taste the tea better?

Alcock bone-china is of good quality , well potted and often very richly decorated. In 1833 the factory employed more than 400 people and their 20 kilns equalled those in use by Minton. Most of Alcock’s useful porcelains of 1830-40 are unmarked that is why the firm is so little known. 

Tea set pattern # 8793

1 teacup – 10.5 cm diameter x 6 cm high

1 Saucer – 15.5 cm diameter

Excellent condition, no damage, just some tiny crazing on the back of the saucer.

Out of stock


Samuel Alcock 19th century Staffordshire Pottery

The Alcock firm deserves more than passing mention in any discussion of English ceramic developments of the nineteenth century. The quantity and quality of the designs which represent its endeavours leave the decided impression that Samuel Alcock will stand forth with increasing prominence among the potters of his day.


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