Victorian, circa 1860. 7.1ins high, 4.7ins wide, 3.1ins depth.
Staffordshire Pottery pastille burner which features a house with a pagoda roof, stood on a rectangular base.
Dull gilt base line and embellishment. Decorated 'in the round' - decoration to front and reverse.
Opening to the reverse.
Maker's marks painted to the underside.
Generally good. Tight hairline to base.
KILN EFFECTS: stray green glaze with associated touchmark to front of base;
kiln soot caught in the glaze to the roof and base;
staining to second storey;
slightly misshapen, leaning to left.
RESTORATION. Remodelled shredded clay to top of roof.