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English Flower Painted Footub, Possibly Coalport, circa 1850


This very beautiful white footub has a central white on white relief of flowers surrounded by two handpainted flower medallions on each side with additional flowers surrounding the ribbed handles. The top rim is delicately pleated and interspersed with tiny flowers. There is a repaired hairline on the bottom which does not go through to the interior. Otherwise it is in perfect condition. Although not marked it is possibly Coalport and dates to 1850.


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    Wear consistent with age and use.
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    H 8 in. x W 15 in. x D 13 in.

    H 20.32 cm x W 38.1 cm x D 33.02 cm

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    New Preston, CT
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