|Period:||Victorian, circa 1860|
|Description:||Staffordshire pastille burner which features a central chimney and blue shredded clay decoration to the roof and ground, stood on a shaped base. Multi-coloured version. Dull gilt embellishment. Decorated mainly to the front. Book reference not found.|
|Condition:||Good. Small chip to shredded clay to the ground and two small chips to lower base edge. Some rubbing to gilt. KILN EFFECTS: kiln soot caught in the glaze; notable crazing; two small over glazed chip to base edge. RESTORATION: retouched paint losses to door, ground and leaves.|
|Dimensions:||6.3ins high, 4.3ins wide, 3ins depth|
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