pre-Victorian, circa 1820. 5.3ins high, 4.5ins wide, 4.3ins depth. Staffordshire Pottery pearlware pastille burner which features a Tudor style,
timber frame house with a removable thatched roof, stood on a shaped base.
Decorated 'in the round' - decoration to front and reverse.
CONDITION: House: Good.
A few small flakes to the rim.
A few paint losses to the windows.
KILN EFFECTS: touch mark to the rim;
stained crazing to the interior.
RESTORATION. Retouched paint losses to the black enamel.
Retouched flake to edge of door.
KILN EFFECTS: flecks of stray coloured glaze to the side.
RESTORATION. Chimney reglued and join retouched.
Filled chips to dorma windows
and chip to under rim.