c. 1810 Regency Oriental Coalport Dollar Pattern Coffee Can
A stunning little Coalport Regency era coffee can in the "Dollar" pattern and over 200 years old. It has an armorial flair with a representation of the number "8" in salmon coloured transferware, which has been painted or clobbered in the polychrome colours of cobalt, green, deep orange and pinks.
It measures 2.25 inches high by about 2.5 inches in diameter. The inside can bottom is also ornate with the same 8 type design. A beautiful running edge of salmon colour trim and a yellow rim finish off the design, which we see as just about perfect.
Condition: There are two very tight inside firing lines that truly must be scrutinized closely to be seen. You can see one in photos if you carefully look at the rim. We have taken a close up photo of them which makes them look larger than life, they are not. We did not notice them until cleaning inspection. This beautiful old Coalport Chinoiserie piece was found in Devon, England. Click images to see condition in close up views. It is one of our very favourites!
Size: 2.25 inches by 2.5 inches
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