Location:Coventry, Rhode Island,
Ships to: US,
Item:264035189080This fantastic piece of early hand-painted porcelain is a tea caddy, (no lid). It measures 4 1/4" tall. The base measures 2 3/4" x 2". The bottom is marked with the script letter 'D' we believe to be the earliest mark for Derby porcelain, circa 1750. It later merged with Chelsea in 1770 when an anchor was Incorporated with the 'D'. We found a very old sticker on the shoulder of the caddy from a previous owner that we have left in place. The piece is in very nice condition, no damage, no repairs. The painting is remarkable as is the glazing. No disappointments. Thank you for viewing, emails welcome. No handling fees, safe backing. International buyers must contact us prior to bidding. Please wait for an invoice to include the proper insurance total.Primary Material:Porcelain & Pottery, Region of Origin:England, Maker:Derby, Age:Pre-1800
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c. 1750 Derby England Porcelain Tea Caddy Earliest D Mark