Derby Porcelain Named View Cream Jug and Sucrier c1820


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Heading : Derby Porcelain Named View Cream Jug and Sucrier c1820
Date : c1820
Period : George III/George IV
Marks : painted – iron red – to base: cream jug – crown. crossed batons and cursive D and entitled ‘Near Coxbench. Derbyshire’ and ‘Near Alestry. Derbyshire’ – also has a tiny numeric 18; sucrier same markings (without the numerals) but labelled ‘Near Breedon. Leicestershire and ‘Near Holbrook. Derbyshire’
Origin : Derby; England
Colour : White base with extensive gilding and polychrome images within gilt reserves.

Features: The landscapes are composed with figures positioned in a manner consistent with the style of Daniel Lucas Snr
Condition : Excellent; very minor gilt loss and crazing to glaze in small areas
Restoration : None
Dimensions : sucrier 8.5 cm high x 17.8 cm long and 11.4 cm wide; sucrier 13.6 cm high x 15.7 cm long and 9.5 cm wide
Weight : 546 grams

Note : Alestry is now known as Allestree – with its attendant country estate – on the northern outskirts of Derby; Breedon. Coxbench and Holbrook all retain their period names


Additional information

Weight750 g


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