Rare creamware ‘bonnet’ with blue flower decoration, c. 1785
Rare creamware ‘bonnet’ vessel, used for serving individual desserts, with broad four-lobed rim above a gadrooned body, the foot with similar moulding, decorated with underglaze blue flower sprays and an arc & = border.
10cm wide, 8.5cm high
small restored crack to rim
This unusual form is suggested to be a ‘bonnet’, more usual in glass, and used to serve individual desserts in the Georgian period.