John Rose Coalport circa 1812 teapot with stand, cream, sugar and bowl. A cherished Georgian period 6-piece porcelain set with violet flowers and gilt highlights around each piece on a white background. The set consists of a teapot with stand, creamer, lidded sugar and bowl (slop bowl). In excellent condition for its age. It displays well and is still fully functional.
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Teapot: length from handle to spout: 10″ (25 cm); width: 6″ (15 cm); height: 6 1/4″ (15.9 cm); capacity: 5 cups (1183 ml)
Teapot stand: 6 3/4″ x 5″ (17 x 13 cm)
Sugar bowl with lid: 6 1/2″ x 4 1/2″ (16.5 x 11 cm)
Creamer: 6″ x 3 1/4″ (15 x 8 cm)
Bowl: diameter: 6 1/4″ (16 cm)
Minor loss of gilt (primarily around the top rim of the teapot). Minor crazing. In overall excellent condition for its age.
This set is unmarked. For same shaped teapot see “Anthology of British Teapots” by Miller and Berthoud, plate 1453.
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