Coalport Landscape Scene Cache Pot Vase on Stand

An amazing landscape scene cachepot jardiniere attributed to Coalport, unmarked as was most early Coalport, the piece is executed in two with the vase pot sitting on top of the raised stand. The stand is decorated with gold geometric bands matching the vase's trim and the vase is hand decorated with polychrome landscape scene of a cottage in the mountain with a lane below and trees surrounding, fancy roman type pillars separate the landscape scene with a statue of an Englishman riding a horse on one side and a standing maiden on the other. Exquisite detail and in great condition for its age.

Measures: 5" T, base is 3" Diam, Opening at top 4" W

Circa 1800

No chips, cracks or repairs, very minor wear to gold decoration, tape residue on underside of hole on pot

Cachepots of this nature were made often in threes where you would see a larger version with two matching smaller vases, used for gardening and plants these became very popular at the turn of the 19 century and due to their nature of use often did not survive

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