Pepper pot, flower-shaped, porcelain, modelled by C J Noke, made by Doulton & Co, Burslem, England, 1891-1893
A mould-made, flower-shaped pepper pot, decorated with gold dots. The bottom of the pot is convex, with a central, circular opening for pepper refill. Four curved, petal-shaped feet rise to a moulded body in the shape of a flower bud, with fluted sides. The top is pierced with small holes for sprinkling the pepper. The pepper pot is painted in pale brown, the petals and base are outlined in gold dots and the top of the pot is decorated all over with gold dots.
Maker's trademark on base, transfer printed in brown, 'DOULTON / BURSLEM / ENGLAND'. Maker's number on base, written in yellow 'C 4999 / Ra 130'.