- Museum number
Inkstand with candlestick; porcelain; rockwork base with patches of lichen, in which are two wells and between them a candle socket in form of column with moulded festoons rising from square base; shell-shaped tray in front; applied ornament touched with colour, branches, foliage and berries with rabbit crouching in front, gilt.
Height: 6.20 inches
Length: 6.20 inches
- Curator's comments
- This piece was formerly attributed to the Plymouth factory of William Cookworthy (1768-1770) (Hobson 1905, VII.3).
- Not on display
- Large firing crack around base evident from inside. (Manufacturing fault). Some loss of gilt to handle.
- Acquisition date
- Britain, Europe and Prehistory
- Registration number