Daniels Porcelain spill vase, stunning flowers on gold ground, c. 1835
Handsome Daniels porcelain vase, the flared sides richly painted with flowers set on a solid gold ground, within rings of beadin and with a flared scalloped rim and spreading foot, the handles to either side shaped as birds heads with rings in beaks.
Restored – one birds beak, large rim section just above one handle, with overpainting evident. Displays well.
This is ‘No 167’ in the partial Daniels pattern book held by the Victoria & Albert Museum, London – illustrated by Berthoud in ‘H&R Daniel’ pl110