Staffordshire Pearlware cottage pastille burner
pre-Victorian, circa 1820. 3.5ins high, 3ins wide, 3.1ins depth.
Staffordshire pearlware pastille burner which features a cottage with a separate brown thatched roof, sat on a grassy square base.
Decorated 'in the round' - decoration to front and reverse.
Vent holes are present.
Cottage: Generally good. A few small flakes to the ground, and corners of the cottage.
KILN EFFECT: small firing pit to the side of the base.
RESTORATION: Stabilised and retouched hairline to base, running up one corner of the cottage.
Filled chips to two corners of the cottage.
Roof: Generally good. Some small flakes to the chimneys,
roof and attic window.
Some small flakes to the interior.
RESTORATION: One chimney remodelled.
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