An extremely fine antique English porcelain coffee can, of flared form, made by the Chamberlain Worcester factory. The cup features a beautiful bouquet of flowers and stunning gilding on the borders, the entire interior, and the entire handle. It is fully marked with painted red script on the bottom. The handle is quite unusual and uncommon, not even appearing in Geoffrey Godden's book on Chamberlain Worcester.
The height of the can is 2 1/2", the top diameter is 3", and the foot diameter is 2 1/2". The condition is superb, with no cracks, lines, or restoration. There is a tiny, in the making, glazed chip on the bottom of the foot rim, of no import whatsoever. This shows in the fourth photo, at 6 o'clock. The painting and gilding are fresh and bright with no losses at all.