Staffordshire pitcher commemorating the coronation of George IV (1821)

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Commemorative Staffordshire pitcher celebrating the coronation of the Prince Regent as George IV. The pitcher has a patterned field surface decoration centering on a cobalt blue line circle enclosing design of Prince of Wales feathers, which is just below a cobalt blue rim band on the shoulder below the neck of the pitcher. The neck of the pitcher is impressed with a crown on either side of the spout. The handle, rim, and foot are striped in cobalt blue enamel.

England, 1821.

Condition: There is a visible crack on the bottom inside of the vessel, but only a thin hairline is visible on the outside. Wear commensurate with age and use.

Materials: Feldspathic Stoneware, Enamel

Dimensions: 7-1/4" L x 5" W x 6-1/2" H

SKU: 3679

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