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Coalport Porcelain, Coalbrookdale-style Vase c.1830-1840.

Coalport Porcelain, Coalbrookdale-style Vase c.1830-1840.

Coalport 22.9 cm Jug (c.1840) | Ewer of porcelain painted with enamels and gilded. Ovoid body rising from a group of rushes and surmounted by a figure of a swan, the neck of which forms the handle, and the outspread wings the spout.

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Coalport 22.9 cm Jug (c.1840) | Ewer of porcelain painted with enamels and gilded. Ovoid body rising from a group of rushes and surmounted by a figure of a swan, the neck of which forms the handle, and the outspread wings the spout.

porc.COALPORT__Porcelain (Shropshire, England) — Coalbrookdale-style Vase, c.1830s (365x550)

porc.COALPORT__Porcelain (Shropshire, England) — Coalbrookdale-style Vase, c.1830s (365x550)

PAIR OF EARLY COALPORT Coalbrookedale VASES

PAIR OF EARLY COALPORT Coalbrookedale VASES

Coalport Factory 1840 I really love the swan spout and handle Thomas Baxter may have painted this one as the flowers are far superior to others ie exact shaped jugs . He was smart rather that been employed by one pottery company.. he bought the blanks from several companies Sadly he died young.

Coalport Factory 1840 I really love the swan spout and handle Thomas Baxter may have painted this one as the flowers are far superior to others ie exact shaped jugs . He was smart rather that been employed by one pottery company.. he bought the blanks from several companies Sadly he died young.

A Coalport Porcelain Botanical Fruit Cooler & Cover,  Circa 1820.   The Coalport fruit cooler with cover is finely painted with fruit, flowers and buttlerflies on each side in the Chelsea style.

A Coalport Porcelain Botanical Fruit Cooler & Cover, Circa 1820. The Coalport fruit cooler with cover is finely painted with fruit, flowers and buttlerflies on each side in the Chelsea style.

COALPORT (worked from c.1795) Coalport porcelain finger pattern straight sided Sucrier & lid (c. 1820 England)

COALPORT (worked from c.1795) Coalport porcelain finger pattern straight sided Sucrier & lid (c. 1820 England)

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