A Minton Cabinet Cup and Stand c.1825-30

A fine Minton cabinet (caudle) porcelain cup and stand, c. 1825-30 of Empire form, the flared cup supported by three claw feet and applied with an elaborate handle, painted in colours with a bouquet of flowers on emerald green ground, the stand with three floral sprays, gold borders and bands of "jewels". Dimensions: 8.4 cm high x 8.3 cm diam.; stand 13.7 cm diam. Condition: stand excellent, the cup with minor damage near the rim, some ware on the gilding. Unmarked.

*This example is illustrated in "Minton Pottery & Porcelain of the first period 1793-1850" by Geoffrey A. Godden, 1968, plate 79.

Stock Number: PN1209


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Minton Marks

Painted Sevres type mark, used on porcelains made prior to 1816.

Printed marks 1824-1836, occur only on pieces bearing some printed decoration.

Mark on moulded earthenwares c.1830-40, rare printed mark on porcelains.

Incised arrow-like mark on early Parian figures mid-late 1840s.

Moulded mark in relief on Parian figures c.1850-60.

Rare printed mark on porcelains c. 1851.

Printed mark c. 1860s, found on the highest quality pieces.

Basic printed Globe mark from 1863-73.

Revised version of standart printed mark c. 1873 onwards.

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