Pastille burner

ca. 1825 (made)

Rockingham Ceramic Factory

Height: 12.1 cm, Width: 9.8 cm

C.214-1918 CER

Pastille burner of bone china painted in colours and gilded, Rockingham Ceramic Factory, Swinton, ca. 1825

Pastille burner of bone china painted in colours and gilded. In the form of a cottage on a mound with steps leading up to the front door. Four walled with three gables and a single chimney in the middle. The ogee-headed windows, door, steps and chimney are picked out in gold. Roof streaked yellow and brown to imitate thatch. The mound, angles of the walls and the roof are covered with flowers, leaves and moss in applied relief.

Given by John R. Ayris, Esq.

Location: Ceramics Study Galleries, Britain & Europe, room 139, case 15, shelf 1

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