Rare blue clay 2-part pastille burner cottage, flower encrusted, c. 1835


Rare Staffordshire Cottage pastille burner, the square form house and separate base made in lavender blue clay with clear glaze, the eves and roof with large-scale moss & flowerhead decoration picked out in natural colours, the broad mound base with similar details including an arch over the front steps & pathway to front door, the back and base with pierced holes for airflow.

Circa 1835

Total 13cm high, base 15.5x 13.5cm

Condition: good, no restoration, small loss to one window ledge, slight losses to flowers & moss, original firing flaw along one house corner, stable & displays well.

Solid blue clay versions of this model are rarely seen, and the base is often lost, making this a fine example of a rare type.




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