A Part Thomas Rose, Coalport Porcelain Tea set, Japan Pattern, c.1805-10.

The History of Coalport Porcelain Works

A Part Thomas Rose (Anstice, Horton & Rose) Porcelain Tea set, comprising a boat-shaped teapot and cover, teapot stand, shucrier and cover and a slop bowl, finely painted with a colourful " Japan" pattern., c.1805-10. Dimensions: teapot 17.5 cm x 25 cm from handle to spout , shucrier 14 cm high, teapot stand 18.5 cm x 15 cm , slop bowl 16 cm diam. Condition: teapot cracked. Unmarked.

* For similar shapes see : " Coalport 1795-1926" 1995 by Michael Messenger, page 82-84, plates 28,29,32.

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