A molded roughly round stoneware small tureen with attached under tray, elaborate lid with finial and simple ladle. All transfer printed with blue floral sprays enhanced with overglaze enamels. The spoon with an additional transfer of water and a plant in the bowl. The lid and tureen with gilt highlights especially on the rams head cornucopia finial. The edge of the lid gadrooned, the handles with leaf decoration and the base with more gadrooning and small flat handles.
On the bottom the blue printed mark in a shield surrounded by springs of leaves reads, “STONE/CHINA/J.&W./R.” This mark used from 1814 to about 1830. The number, “7” also printed while the number, “1193/7” is hand written near the printed mark.
7 tall, 8 ½ wide and 6 ¼ deep in inches.
Condition: No cracks, hairlines or repairs. There is one chip near the spoon opening of the lid. It is approx. ¼ by 1/8th inch on the surface and slightly more under the lip. There is light wear to the gilding, especially around the finial.
Rare to find the ladle still with the tureen.