English Victorian Staffordshire Porcelain House Pastille Burner
English Victorian Staffordshire Porcelain House Pastille Burner English Victorian Staffordshire Porcelain House Pastille Burner English Victorian Staffordshire Porcelain House Pastille Burner English Victorian Staffordshire Porcelain House Pastille Burner
H-14-0181

English Victorian Staffordshire Porcelain House Pastille Burner

DETAILS
Possibly Rockingham origin. Pastille burners were a popular Victorian novelty in the shape of a house or building and used to burn incense. This cottage building features a central chimney on a peaked roof edged with green moss above a central open arched doorway flanked by windows; the base with applied pink and orange flowers.
STYLE
Victorian
MARKS
Unmarked
PERIOD
Queen Victoria (1837-1901)
DATE
19th century
DIMENSIONS
Width 3.25 Depth 3 Height 4.25 inches
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