Delightful Ironstone Mug, Early 19th Century
A Charming Regency Ironstone Mug, of Large Size, circa 1820
the painted decoration depicting a coach and horses trotting in a country house park with trees, with a scalloped handle
Diameter (not including handle): 12cm
Height: 11.5cm high
Width (including handle): 16cm
Stock Reference: LH 1820
Good. Nice original condition. No chips or cracks. A bit of rubbing to the glaze on the handle and a few very minor scuffs and very minor scratches to the painted decoration.
A Note From Luke
Charming ironstone mug or tankard from the Regency period. Features a horse and carriage trotting up to a rather Jane Austen-y country house. Delightful object. Condition is good, and would make a pretty mug for arranging flowers.
'Ironstone' was developed in Staffordshire (first patented by Charles James Mason in 1813), as an alternative to porcelain during the early 19th century. It's noted for its strength and resistance to chipping.
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