With pseudo-English hallmarks including the lion passant, leopard’s head crowned, P corresponding to the London date letter for 1810-1811, the monarch’s head facing right and WE WF WC, copying the London makers mark for Eley, Fearn and Chawner that was entered at Goldsmiths Hall in 1808.
Each of large round size with ringed concave shoulder rising to a gadrooned rim. Angular strap handles with double incised threads, acanthus leaf decoration and foliate joints. On raised bases the sugar bowl with gilt washed interior.
Chinese Export for the English market.
Early 19th Century