Samuel Alcock Pattern 6021 Blue Red Purple Floral & Gold Teapot Creamer & Sugar Mid 19th century antique British bone china small teapot, creamer, and sugar. Decorated with hand enamelled blue and red alternating scrolls above blue, red, and purple small floral sprigs.
Gold gilding along the edge and gold highlights to handles, spout and finials. Unmarked except for the pattern number 6021.Attributed to Alcock circa 1840. Has some crazing typical of British bone china and some wear to the gilding. The creamer has a tight discolored Y shape crack on one side of the body. The sugar has a small in manufacture firing separation to the inside of the rim with an associated 6 hairline off the outside of the rim. The sugar also has a small chip and some staining to the flower finial, and a chip to the edge of the lid. The teapot measures approximately 7 3/4 inches wide from spout to handle x 5 5/8 inches tall to the top of the lid finial.
The creamer measures approximately 4 3/4 inches wide from spout to handle x 3 7/8 inches tall. The sugar measures approximately 5 inches wide from spout to handle x 4 3/4 inches tall to the top of the lid finial.
These are antiques and may have small in manufacture defects that do not effect the display of the pieces. This item is in the category "Pottery & Glass\Decorative Cookware, Dinnerware & Serveware\Tea & Coffee Pots". The seller is "ladyindecadence" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.