Cream tureen with lid, soaprock porcelain, made by Chamberlian-Worcester, London, England, c. 1816
A small white porcelain bowl and cover in the Campanulla or 'Medici' form. The urn-like vessel rises from a pedestal base and terminates with a curved lip. Surrounding the lower body is a raised fluted pattern with gilt details. Two short, solid handles curve outwards from the centre of the vessel, and the domed lid terminates with a pineapple finial. Blue underglaze is applied to the vessel's foot and lip and to the cover's rim, and both pieces are decorated with gilt details.
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