Staffordshire house with barrel pastille burner
Victorian, circa 1860. 5.9ins high, 5.2ins wide, 2.6ins depth.
Staffordshire pastille burner which features a turreted house with a barrel next to the front door, on a shaped hollow base.
Multi-coloured version. Dull gilt base line and embellishment.
Flatback, decorated only to the front. Opening to the reverse.
Book reference not found.
Good. Tiny chip associated with glaze accumulation to base edge at front.
Some rubbing to gilt.
KILN EFFECTS: kiln soot caught in the glaze;
small firing pit to front above pink door;
kiln grit caught in the glaze to the roof.
RESTORATION: remodelled chimney.
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