Antique Flow Blue
Wood & Son
Trent Pattern Coupe Ceral Bowl
For your consideration and enjoyment is this beautiful Coupe Ceral Bowl. This piece was manufactured by Wood & Son of Burslem, England between 1891 and 1907. This piece is from the “Trent” pattern what has been extinct for over 100 years.
This piece features a Mated Pair of Ducks coasting lightly on the surface of a quiet pond. There is a Gilded circle around the middle of the interior of the bowl and a very nice design pattern around the lip. There is also supposed to be a Gilded pattern around the interior of this piece but that has been rubbed off over time.
This piece is very detailed and would make an exquisite addition to anyone’s collection. If you love Flow Blue, English Semi-Porcelain or even just Ducks this is the piece for you!
Condition: Excellent. There are no chips, cracks, hairlines or repairs on this piece.
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