Typical of the bulbous
shape and tall flared neck which was particularly popular in the mid
18th Century. This model has a turned foot with an averted lip. In
contrast to the natural cream colouration a rich blend of strong decoration
in Iron Red & Black and Blue & Green projecting a beautiful
landscape scene of birds with sprays of flowers. This special design
was associated with Cockhill of Derby, England.
Again featuring a bulbous shaped, tall flared
neck bottle and basin with turned foot and averted lip. The beautiful
Chintz decoration is made up from striking colours of Green, Black
and Iron Red arranged in complex design. This exceptional combination
of Cream and Colour is taken from an original 18th Century design
painted in 1770 by The Leeds Enamelling Shop.