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.
Queen Victoria (1837-1901)
Width 3.25 Depth 3 Height 4.25 inches