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This is a good early Coffee Can or cup with a ring handle, hand decorated with a leaf and gilt intertwining pattern by Worcester during the Barr, Flight and Barr period, fully marked to the base and dating to circa 1807-1813.


The piece is well potted with nominally parallel sides and a ring handle.


The pattern is hand painted with an intertwining Meander pattern of brown leaves and gilding with additional gilding to the outer handle. Similar coffee cans are illustrated in the book A Compendium of British Cups by Michael Berthoud . The base has a scratched "B" to the base indicating it was potted in the Worcester Barr period of the very early 19th Century.


  • Dimensions: 

    Height: 2.4 in (6.1 cm)Width: 3.45 in (8.77 cm)Depth: 2.43 in (6.18 cm)

  • Condition: 

     NO Damage, NO Restoration. Very good antique condition.

Worcester Barr Period Porcelain Coffee Can trailing vine pattern, circa 1807

SKU: P 2173
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