Coalport Ice pails were sold as part of dinner and dessert services. They consisted of the main pail, an inside liner and a cover. This elaborate example with hand-painted floral panels dates from c1860.
Vase Made by the Worcester porcelain factory, Worcester, England, 1751 - present Geography: Made in Worcester, England, Europe Date: c. 1830 Medium: Soft-paste porcelain with enamel and gilt decoration
Bat Wing is one of Coalport's most famous designs, consisting of bat-shaped panels which showed the flower-painting of the time to best advantage. Cobalt blue, shown on this pot pourri dating from c1895-96, was the most common Bat Wing ground colour.
Coalport Factory 1840 I really love the swan spout and handle Thomas Baxter may have painted this one as the flowers are far superior to others ie exact shaped jugs . He was smart rather that been employed by one pottery company.. he bought the blanks from several companies Sadly he died young.