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Coalport Coffee Can Porcelain Hand Painted Gilded Bold Imari Pattern, circa 1808
By Coalport Porcelain
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a good quality coffee can that we attribute to the coalport porcelain works, Shropshire, England, made during the John Rose period of the George 111rd years, circa 1805-1810....
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Antique Early 19th Century English George III Ceramics

Materials

Porcelain

Milk Can
Located in Santa Fe, NM
The domed cover with resting bull finial attaches to jug with chain, the jug with large raised coat of arms to front and engraved decoration to lower portion, applied handles. Approx...
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Antique Late 18th Century Peruvian Spanish Colonial Pitchers

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Silver

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  • Milk Can
H 19 in. W 13.5 in. D 11 in.
Coalport Porcelain Coffee Can & Saucer, C. 1810
By Coalport Porcelain
Located in Gargrave, North Yorkshire
Coalport porcelain coffee can and saucer, c. 1810. Both pieces hand painted with alternating panels of stylised scrolls and flowering plants, in Classical taste. The borders with con...
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Antique Early 1800s English Georgian Porcelain

Materials

Porcelain

Copper Teak Watering Can, Denmark, 1960s
Located in Vienna, AT
Copper teak watering can, Denmark, 1960s.
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Vintage 1960s Danish Mid-Century Modern Pitchers

Materials

Copper

Modernist Copper Watering Can, Austria, 1950s
By Carl Auböck
Located in Vienna, AT
Modernist copper watering can, Austria, 1950s.
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Vintage 1950s Austrian Mid-Century Modern Pitchers

Materials

Copper

Cooper Teak Watering Can, Denmark, 1960s
Located in Vienna, AT
Cooper teak watering can, Denmark, 1960s.
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Vintage 1960s Danish Mid-Century Modern Pitchers

Materials

Copper

Set of Victorian Copper Cider Cans
Located in Manchester, GB
This is a set of Victorian copper cider cans with attractive wrought iron looped handles. The brass labels are very worn from years of use and cleaning but the word cider is still vi...
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Antique 1890s English Victorian Tableware

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Copper

  • Set of Victorian Copper Cider Cans
  • Set of Victorian Copper Cider Cans
  • Set of Victorian Copper Cider Cans
  • Set of Victorian Copper Cider Cans
H 14.5 in. W 5 in. D 5 in.
Tee Can, Vienna, circa 1950
Located in Wien, AT
Tee can, Vienna, circa 1950 Cooper brass and wicker combination Polished and stove enameled.
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Vintage 1950s Austrian Mid-Century Modern Serving Bowls

Materials

Brass, Copper

  • Tee Can, Vienna, circa 1950
  • Tee Can, Vienna, circa 1950
  • Tee Can, Vienna, circa 1950
  • Tee Can, Vienna, circa 1950
H 5.91 in. W 6.7 in. D 10.24 in.
Richard Chaffers 'Liverpool' Porcelain Coffee Can, c. 1758
By Richard Chaffers
Located in Gargrave, North Yorkshire
SOLD Richard Chaffers porcelain coffee can, c. 1758. Beautifully hand painted in vibrant enamels, with a flowering plants, in Chinese famille rose style. Having a simple loop handle,...
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Antique 1750s English Georgian Porcelain

Materials

Porcelain

Modernist Copper Watering Can Pitcher, Austria, 1950s
By Carl Auböck
Located in Vienna, AT
Modernist copper watering can pitcher, Austria, 1950s.
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Vintage 1950s Austrian Mid-Century Modern Pitchers

Materials

Brass, Copper

20th Century Copper Watering Can-Pitcher
Located in Opole, PL
We present you a small copper watering can. The belly is embossed and decorated with genre scenes. This item can also be used as a pitcher for various purposes. Presented piece o...
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20th Century European Pitchers

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Copper

  • 20th Century Copper Watering Can-Pitcher
  • 20th Century Copper Watering Can-Pitcher
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  • 20th Century Copper Watering Can-Pitcher
H 10.63 in. W 4.34 in. D 4.34 in.
Coffee Can, Merian's Opossum, Nymphenburg, circa 1790
By Nymphenburg Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, AU
A good example of the fine painting produced at this factory. This example with an African possum and a feline, after the engraving by George Buffons.
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Antique Late 18th Century English Neoclassical Porcelain

Materials

Porcelain

Vintage Silver Plated Watering Can-Form Vermouth Dispenser
Located in Nantucket, MA
Mid 20th century silver-plate vermouth dispenser bar accessory in the form of a watering can. The sprinkler head of the can with 5 tiny holes to allow just the right amount of vermou...
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Vintage 1950s American Mid-Century Modern Barware

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Silver

Coffee and Milk Can by Hagenauer
By Werkstätte Hagenauer Wien
Located in Wien, AT
Coffee and milk can by Hagenauer polished copper and brass.
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Vintage 1950s Austrian Mid-Century Modern Serving Pieces

Materials

Brass, Copper

  • Coffee and Milk Can by Hagenauer
  • Coffee and Milk Can by Hagenauer
  • Coffee and Milk Can by Hagenauer
  • Coffee and Milk Can by Hagenauer
H 5.12 in. W 9.85 in. D 3.94 in.
Coffee Can, Monkey and Ape, Nymphenburg, circa 1790
By Nymphenburg Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, AU
A good example of the fine painting produced by this factory. This example with a monkey and an ape, after the engraving by George Buffons.
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Antique Late 18th Century English Neoclassical Porcelain

Materials

Porcelain

Vintage Mid-Century Modern Brutalist Copper Watering Can, 1960s
Located in Nürnberg, DE
A gorgeous vintage Mid-Century Modern copper watering can with a long spout. Great lines, great original condition with wonderful patina and verdigris.
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Vintage 1960s German Mid-Century Modern Pitchers

Materials

Copper

Mongrammed RR Landscape Coffee Can, Chamberlain Worcester, circa 1810
By Chamberlains Worcester
Located in Melbourne, AU
An attractive coffee can, painted with a very fine landscape, and marked with the initials RR.
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Antique Early 19th Century English Neoclassical Porcelain

Materials

Porcelain

Commemarative Coffee Can Eathenware Queen Victoria Golden Jubilee, 1887
By Staffordshire
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a good 19th century Earthenware coffee can, made by an English Staffordshire pottery in 1887 to commemorate the Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria. The piece is made of eart...
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Antique Late 19th Century English Victorian Ceramics

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Earthenware

Coffee Can, Famille Rose, Bow Porcelain Factory, circa 1750
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, AU
An unusual shape for bow, decorated with chinoiserie painting of typical motifs in the famille rose palette. The bow version of famille rose is particularly attractive, and massed pi...
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Antique Mid-18th Century English Chinoiserie Porcelain

Materials

Porcelain

Holger Bäckström & Bo Ljungberg 'Beck & Jung' Ashtrays / Garbage Cans
By Holger Bäckström & Bo Ljungberg
Located in Malmo, SE
Ashtrays / garbage cans designed by Holger Bäckström & Bo Ljungberg (Beck & Jung). Made in Denmark.
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Vintage 1980s Danish Scandinavian Modern Ashtrays

Materials

Metal, Aluminum

Vintage Mid-Century Modern Brass Copper Watering Can, 1950s
Located in Nürnberg, DE
A gorgeous vintage Mid-Century Modern brass and copper watering can with a long spout. Great lines, great original condition with wonderful patina.
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Vintage 1950s German Mid-Century Modern Pitchers

Materials

Brass, Copper

Coffee Can, Polychrome "Strutting Bird", Bow Porcelain, circa 1752
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, AU
An early coffee can from the bow porcelain factory, naively painted with the ‘Strutting Bird’ pattern.  
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Antique Mid-18th Century English Chinoiserie Porcelain

Materials

Porcelain

19th Century Creamware Coffee Cans and Saucers
By Lebeuf Milliet & Cie Creil Montereau
Located in Gloucestershire, GB
Set of five 19th century French creamware coffee cups and saucers, by Creil Montreau.
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Antique Early 19th Century French French Provincial Tea Sets

Materials

Creamware

  • 19th Century Creamware Coffee Cans and Saucers
  • 19th Century Creamware Coffee Cans and Saucers
  • 19th Century Creamware Coffee Cans and Saucers
  • 19th Century Creamware Coffee Cans and Saucers
H 2.96 in. W 3.35 in. D 2.56 in.
French Sevres Style Jewelled Porcelain Coffee Can Hand Painted Flowers
By Sèvres
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a very beautiful jewelled coffee can all hand painted and gilded in the French Sevres style, possibly made by them and dating to the early 19th century, circa 1810. This c...
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Antique Early 19th Century French Ceramics

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Porcelain

Coffee Can with Prunus Decoration, Bow Porcelain Factory, circa 1755
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, AU
Straight sided coffee can with an unusual handle. Very crisp prunus decoration after the Chinese.
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Antique Mid-18th Century English Chinoiserie Porcelain

Materials

Porcelain

Georgian Coalport Coffee Can Trailing Vine gilded pattern number 1096
By Coalport Porcelain
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a good example of an English, George III period, porcelain, coffee can (cup), which we attribute to Coalport, John Rose & Co., Shropshire, England, made in the early 19th cen...
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Antique Early 19th Century English George III Ceramics

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Porcelain

Gustavian Alpine Scandinavian Pewter Wine Can Flask Metalwork Decanter Flagon
Located in Washington, DC
Very evocative piece of decor, a real old world relic of nobility and or wealth. Noted as a Swiss Swirl Wine Can by last collector owner, but could also be Austrian or German made. V...
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Antique 18th Century Swiss Gustavian Barware

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Pewter

Coffee Can, Blue and White "Residence", Bow Porcelain, circa 1755
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, AU
An early coffee can, painted in under-glaze blue with a large residence in a Chinese landscape. Prov: Taylor Collection; Watney Collection.  
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Antique Mid-18th Century English Chinoiserie Porcelain

Materials

Porcelain

Georgian Coffee Can Porcelain Hand Painted Trailing Vine Pattern, circa 1805
By Tom Wolfe
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a good quality porcelain coffee can that we attribute to either Thomas Wolfe or possibly Spode of Staffordshire, England, made during the very early 19th century, George 111r...
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Antique Early 19th Century English George III Ceramics

Materials

Porcelain

Early Derby Porcelain Coffee Can att. to George Robertson, circa 1795
By George Robertson, Derby
Located in Fort Lauderdale, FL
A green-ground porcelain coffee can made by the Derby Porcelain Factory circa 1795. This green-ground coffee can is a fine example of early Derby porcelain. The shipwreck scene, t...
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Antique 1790s English Georgian Porcelain

Materials

Porcelain

Lovely Mid-Century Modern Ceramic and Brass Watering Can, 1950s, Germany
Located in Munich, DE
Extremely rare and decorative Mid-Century Modern watering can. Designed and manufactured in 1950s in Germany. The watering can be executed in ceramic and brass. Good original v...
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Vintage 1950s German Mid-Century Modern Pitchers

Materials

Brass

Georgian Porcelain Coffee Can and Saucer by Chamberlains Worcester Pattern 276
By Chamberlains Worcester
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a beautifully hand painted English coffee can in the finger pattern number 276, from the late George-III period in the very early 19th century, circa 1810, made by Chamberlai...
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Antique Early 19th Century English Georgian Ceramics

Materials

Porcelain

Georgian Coalport Porcelain Coffee Can, Hand Painted Gilded Pattern, circa 1810
By Coalport Porcelain
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a good quality coffee can that we attribute to the Coalport Porcelain works, Shropshire, England, made during the John Rose period of the George 111rd years, circa 1805-1810....
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Antique Early 19th Century English George III Ceramics

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Porcelain

First Period Worcester Porcelain Coffee Can and Saucer, circa 1772-1775
By 1st Period Worcester Dr. Wall
Located in Downingtown, PA
First Period Worcester porcelain coffee can and saucer, circa 1772-1775 The fluted Worcester porcelain coffee can and saucer are finely painted with a central reserve with a land...
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Antique 1770s Georgian Porcelain

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Porcelain

Nielsen, Modernist Studio Watering Can, Copper and Brass, Denmark, circa 1960s
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
A modernist watering can or pitcher. With lively original patina from use. In hammered copper and bent brass pipe, features fine organic forms.
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Vintage 1960s Danish Mid-Century Modern Pitchers

Materials

Brass, Copper

Vintage Mid-Century Modern Copper Watering Can by Emil Funk , 1960s
By VEB
Located in Nürnberg, DE
A gorgeous vintage Mid-Century Modern copper watering can by Emil Funk for VEB Kunstschmiede Neuruppin. Great lines, great original condition with wonderful patina.
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Vintage 1960s German Mid-Century Modern Pitchers

Materials

Copper

Very Rare Royal Vienna Porcelain Alt Wien Can and Sugar Box
By Angelica Kauffmann
Located in Vienna, AT
Royal Vienna Porcelain hand painted (probably by Angelica Kauffmann) sugar box and can with cover. Measures: Height 11cm and 17cm.
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Antique 1860s Austrian Porcelain

Materials

Porcelain

Coffee Can, Blue and White "Swans & Pagoda", Bow Porcelain, circa 1765
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, AU
Decorated with an under-glaze blue print of a Chinese landscape, featuring a man at the window of a pagoda, admiring swans on the lake. Bow didn't produce very much in the way of ...
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Antique Mid-18th Century English Chinoiserie Porcelain

Materials

Porcelain

Coffee Can, Blue and White "Scholar's Rock" Bow Porcelain, circa 1751
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, AU
An early coffee can, painted under the glaze with a Scholar’s Rock and associated items. Prov. Taylor Collection; Stockspring Antiques.
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Antique Mid-18th Century English Chinoiserie Porcelain

Materials

Porcelain

Georgian Spode Porcelain Coffee Can Blue & White Temple Pattern, Circa 1805
By Josiah Spode
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a very good SPODE coffee can from the factory of Josiah Spode, Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire, England, made very early in the 19th century, George 111 Period and fully marked...
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Antique Early 19th Century English George III Ceramics

Materials

Porcelain

Coffee Can, Blue and White "Banana Trees", Bow Porcelain, circa 1753
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, AU
An early coffee can, painted in under-glaze blue with banana trees in a landscape. Prov: Taylor Collection; Parkside Antiques.     
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Antique Mid-18th Century English Chinoiserie Porcelain

Materials

Porcelain

Coffee Can, Blue and White "Desirable Residence", Bow Porcelain, circa 1758
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, AU
Painted in under-glaze blue with the Desirable Residence pattern, featuring telegraph poles, and unusual feature for this period. Prov: Taylor Collection; Mercury Antiques Melbour...
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Antique Mid-18th Century English Chinoiserie Porcelain

Materials

Porcelain

Tea Pot Can Teapot, Copper Brass Bamboo, Austria, 1950s
Located in Graz, AT
A pot for tea, water, coffee, milk, etc. made of copper and bamboo manufactured in midcentury, circa 1950. An authentic handmade piece in very good original condition with lovely pa...
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Vintage 1950s Austrian Mid-Century Modern Tea Sets

Materials

Copper

Coalport Coffee Can Porcelain Hand Painted Dragon in Compartments Pt, circa 1808
By Coalport Porcelain
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a good quality coffee can that we attribute to the Coalport porcelain works, Shropshire, England, made during the John Rose period of the George 111rd years, circa 1805-1810....
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Antique Early 19th Century English George III Ceramics

Materials

Porcelain

Coffee Can, Blue and White "Ribbon Landscape", Bow Porcelain, circa 1753
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, AU
An early coffee can, painted in under-glaze blue with a Chinese landscape. Prov: Taylor Collection; Roderick Jellicoe.  
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Antique Mid-18th Century English Chinoiserie Porcelain

Materials

Porcelain

Coffee Can Blue and White "Peony & Bamboo" Bow Porcelain, circa 1754
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, AU
An early coffee can, painted in under-glaze blue with peonies and bamboo. The painting links with the William Pether 1754 jug. Prov: Taylor Collection; Sutherland Collection.   
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Antique Mid-18th Century English Chinoiserie Porcelain

Materials

Porcelain

Georgian Worcester BF&B Porcelain Coffee Can in Hand Gilded Pattern, circa 1810
By Barr, Flight & Barr Worcester
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a very good quality coffee can in a hand gilded pattern made by Worcester during the Barr, Flight & Barr period (BFB) of George 111rd years, circa 1807-1813. The coffee ca...
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Antique Early 19th Century English George III Ceramics

Materials

Porcelain

Coalport Coffee Can Porcelain Hand Painted Gilded Bold Imari Pattern, circa 1808
By Coalport Porcelain
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a good quality coffee can that we attribute to the Coalport porcelain works, Shropshire, England, made during the John Rose period of the George 111rd years, circa 1805-1810....
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Antique Early 19th Century English George III Ceramics

Materials

Porcelain

Vintage Mid-Century Modern Brass Bonsai Watering Can with Long Spout, 1960s
Located in Nürnberg, DE
A gorgeous vintage Mid-Century Modern brass watering can with a long spout. Great lines, great original condition with wonderful patina.
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Vintage 1960s German Mid-Century Modern Pitchers

Materials

Brass

Georgian Early Spode Stone China Coffee Can in Bang Up Pattern 2886
By Spode
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a very good stone China or ironstone coffee can in the Bang Up pattern number 2886, made by the Spode factory in the early 19th century, Georgian period, circa 1820. The c...
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Antique Early 19th Century English Georgian Ceramics

Materials

Ironstone

Vintage Mid-Century Modern Brass Bonsai Watering Can with Long Spout, 1960s
Located in Nürnberg, DE
A gorgeous vintage Mid-Century Modern brass watering can with a long spout. Great lines, great original condition with wonderful patina.
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Vintage 1960s German Mid-Century Modern Pitchers

Materials

Brass

From The Collection of Mario Buatta Miles Mason Porcelain Coffee Can & Saucer
By Miles Mason Porcelain
Located in Katonah, NY
Provenance: The Collection of Mario Buatta We purchased this porcelain cup and saucer from the estate of Mario Buatta. Made by Miles Mason in England circa 1805 the coffee cup and...
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Antique Early 19th Century English Neoclassical Porcelain

Materials

Porcelain

Georgian Porcelain Coffee Can Finely Hand Painted by Grainger English circa 1800
By Grainger Worcester
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a very good decorative and collectable, finely hand painted, porcelain coffee can (cup), probably made by Grainger of Grainger, Wood & Co., Worcester, England at the turn of ...
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Antique Late 18th Century English George III Ceramics

Materials

Porcelain

Copelands Porcelain Coffee Can Hand Painted and with T Goode of London Mark
By Josiah Spode
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a very beautiful English coffee can, all hand painted and gilded, made by Copelands China and with a distinctive retailers mark of Thomas Goode & Co, Mayfair, London which we...
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Antique Mid-19th Century English Chinoiserie Ceramics

Materials

Porcelain

Early Porcelain Coffee Can Possibly Grainger Hand Painted and Gilded, circa 1800
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a very good decorative and collectable, hand painted porcelain coffee can (cup), possibly made by Grainger of Grainger, Wood & Co., Worcester, England at the turn of the 18th...
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Antique Late 18th Century English Georgian Ceramics

Materials

Porcelain

Georgian Spode Porcelain Coffee Can Bat Printed Game Birds Pattern, circa 1810
By Spode
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a very good example of an English George III period, porcelain, coffee can, made by Spode, England in the early 19th century, circa 1810. The can is nominally straight sid...
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Antique Early 19th Century English Georgian Ceramics

Materials

Porcelain

Georgian Miles Mason Coffee Can Porcelain in Blue Chinese Dragon Ptn, circa 1810
By Miles Mason Porcelain
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a fine porcelain coffee can by Miles Mason, of Lane Delph, Stoke on Trent, England, circa 1810. It has a plain loop handle with inner spur which is a known Mile Mason handle ...
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Antique Early 19th Century British Georgian Porcelain

Materials

Porcelain

Coffee Can, Blue and White "Cross-Legged Man", Bow Porcelain, circa 1751
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, AU
An early coffee can, painted under the glaze with the cross-legged man pattern. An early and unusual shape for this scarce pattern. Provenance: Taylor Collection; Robyn Robb.         
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Antique Mid-18th Century English Chinoiserie Porcelain

Materials

Porcelain

Coffee Can: Blue and White "Stork & Banana Tree". Bow Porcelain C1753
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, AU
An early coffee can, painted under the glaze with the Stork & Banana Tree pattern. Provenance Taylor Collection; Sutherland Collection.  
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Antique Mid-18th Century English Chinoiserie Porcelain

Materials

Porcelain

Coffee Can, Blue and White "Bamboo and Pagoda", Bow Porcelain, circa 1751
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, AU
An early coffee can, painted under the glaze with Bamboo and a pagoda. Underglaze B mark. Provenance: Taylor Collection; Sutherland; Aubrey Toppin; Charles Dyson.      
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Antique Mid-18th Century English Chinoiserie Porcelain

Materials

Porcelain

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Glass Can For Sale on 1stDibs

With a vast inventory of beautiful furniture at 1stDibs, we’ve got just the glass can you’re looking for. A glass can — often made from ceramic, porcelain and metal — can elevate any home. If you’re shopping for a glass can, we have 77 options in-stock, while there are 6 modern editions to choose from as well. You’ve searched high and low for the perfect glass can — we have versions that date back to the 18th Century alongside those produced as recently as the 21st Century are available. A glass can made by Georgian designers — as well as those associated with Mid-Century Modern — is very popular. A well-made glass can has long been a part of the offerings for many furniture designers and manufacturers, but those produced by Bow Porcelain, Spode and Nymphenburg Porcelain are consistently popular.

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