Catalogue No: J110
A wonderful example of a documentary tea canister from the highly sought after pottery, Bovey Tracey of Devonshire. In rectangular form on short peg feet, the corners with cherub terminals, each aspect moulded in relief with cherubs allegorical of the seasons highlighted in blue within feathered borders.
Approx - 5 inches (125mm) tall.
In very good condition throughout, one cherubs head terminal professionally restored, cover missing.
For a similar example and further information on Bovey Tracey pottery, see: Adams & Thomas A Potwork In Devonshire page 64 Also, J&G Lewis Prattware page 231
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