Coalport sucrier and matching teapot stand, Baxter decorated with flowers on gold, c. 1815


John Rose Coalport sucrier & a matching teapot stand, lavishly decorated with colourful flowers on a gold ground.
Decorated in the Baxter studio,

c. 1815

A rarely seen product from the esteemed Baxter Studio, London, where Thomas Baxter had an independant studio in the late Georgian period. He purchased blanks from the Worcester and Coalport firms, which he was able to then decorate in the absolute latest style, often to order, for the London Gentry. His wares are rare, and still keenly sought after.

Size: stand is 14.5x19cm, sucrier 16x12cm , 14.5cm high.

           Condition: Some touch-ups to most of the gold, done to a high standard but visible under a glass.




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