Stunning early 19th century English porcelain flower encrusted twin handled vase in the Coalport/Coalbrookedale style, c.1830, attributed to Alcock and is a lovely example of this type. Superbly formed flowers and foliage in bright fresh colours. Each side has a reserve finely painted with a landscape of a castle on one side and small cottage on the other. Set on a scrolled base with lemon and rose enamels and the whole ornately gilded.
It measures 11" high, 5 1/2" wide and 3 1/2" deep.
Condition is excellent with only minimal small chips to the petal tips and a small flake to the roof of the cottage.