A rare Henry & Richard Daniel porcelain cream jug of unusual shape with rounded belly and surface mouldings of an ornate shaped leaf to the underside of the spout and scroll and shell mouldings above four splayed feet with leaf details. A complicated shaped handle with scrolls and acanthus leaves. Painted to each side with oak leaf sprigs in shades of green and brown enamel and gilded acorns. All the raised moulded details accented in gilt and gilded rims. Second gadroon shape, c.1824-1836.
It measures 17.2cm (6 3/4") long, 10.5cm (4 1/8") wide and 9.5cm (3 3/4") high.
In excellent condition with no damage, repair or restoration and very minor handling wear to the gilt on the rim.