Staffordshire blue glaze pastille burner tower house, c. 1835


Unusual Staffordshire porcelain pastille burner in the form of a grand tower house, the three-story structure glazed in a mottled lavender blue glaze, with colourful applied ‘moss’ and flowerheads to the edges, on a low plinth base with gilt highlights.

Circa 1835

15.5cm high
11.8 cm wide

Condition: some minor losses to moss, firing flaw to base slab (from time of manufacture, stable) – displays well.




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