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Miniature Childâs Pearlware Green Transferware Coffee Pot Circa 1825

Miniature Child’s Pearlware Green Transferware Coffee Pot Circa 1825

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Directory: Antiques: Decorative Art: Ceramics: English: Pottery: Pre 1837 VR: Item # 1383644

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Very early and rare dome lidded child’s coffee pot with a green transferware pattern by Thomas Fell & Co. from Newcastle Northumberland England around 1825.

A low fired ceramic has been coated in a pearlware glaze and had a green transfer pattern applied. There is a seaweed pattern on the handle and outside mouth. There are swag repeating bands on the inner mouth and above the foot. There are matched patterns front and back of a bucolic scene of a girl rocking her doll in a bucolic manor house garden. The basic shape of the coffee pot is of an urn with applied handle and spout. There is a matching domed lid with steam vent hole and round button finial. It has the seaweed and swag patterns. The foot is shallow and glazed as is the base.

There are no marks or labels.

5 ¾” (14.6 cm) long x 3” (7.6 cm) diameter x 5 ½” (14.0 cm) tall. Weighs 8.0 oz (225 g)

The little teapot has a small chip on the lid edge and two tiny chips on the inner lid flange, which you can only see when you remove the lid. There are green spots from manufacture. The transfers are crisp and not smudged.

A rare very old child’s coffee pot to add to your collection. The age of the piece will give a substance to your home and collection.