A rare flower container or Bough Pot marked W(***) c.1805. Of triangular form, raised on 3 feet on a triangular base, made in hybrid-hard paste porcelain, well decorated with three panels containing well painted landscapes. A similar vase of this form is illustrated on page 560 of Godden's book on 'Staffordshire Porcelain' where this interesting problem class of porcelain is discussed in more detail.
It has been suggested by a helpful customer that one of the images looks like York Minster from the River Ouse. Perhaps the other images are of Yorkshire scenes?
Condition: Lid missing, small firing crack to the inside and a small amount of wear to the gilt
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