268 Very Rare English Minton Campana Gilded Garniture Circa 1810

Rare Garniture Set of Hand Painted English Minton Porcelain Urns of Campana form with lavish gilded decoration, of exceptional quality, early Nineteenth Century. 

Each vase lavishly gilded with large shell and leaf all round detailing above a circular base with fleur-de-le pattern on cobalt blue ground, ending on a square plain gilt base.  

Condition:  Exceptionally good condition for such early pieces, a few tiny losses to gilding, tiny chip at one base corner. No staining inside. 

Height: (largest) 6.25" (16cm). Diameter: (at widest) 5.25" (13.25cm). Depth: (at base). 2.75” (7cm). 

€1375.00 


 

Mintons was a major ceramics manufacturing company, originated with Thomas Minton (1765–1836) the founder of "Thomas Minton and Sons", who established his pottery Stoke–upon-Trent, Staffordshire, England, in 1793. He formed a partnership, Minton & Poulson, c.1796, with Joseph Poulson who made bone china from c.1798 in his new near-by china pottery. When Poulson died in 1808, Minton carried on alone, using Poulson's pottery for china until 1816. He built a new china pottery in 1824. The products are more often referred to as "Minton", as in Minton china.