Ming Rose by Coalport features an exquisite floral design, and is available in a remarkable array of pieces. This month, we’re offering a wide selection of items in Ming Rose including dinner plates, dessert/pie plates, cake plates, teapots, mustard jars, heart-shaped boxes, among many other pieces.
Coalport China was owned by John Rose, who at the very beginning of the nineteenth century was involved with multiple business partners, and manufactured primarily hard-paste porcelain wares, sometimes supplying them as blanks for final decoration in London. Around 1814, Rose apparently began working mostly in bone china, and the pattern name Coalbrookdale; began to be used. Authors Henry Sandon, Joan Jones, and Garrison Stradling point out in “Sotheby’s Concise Encyclopedia of Porcelain,” that Rose, strongly under the influence of manufacturers in Sevres, employed “two artists, Cook and Randall. Cook’s specialty was flowers and Randall’s fancy birds.” It would seem that no artist’s abilities exceeded those of Cook – for Coalport, he must have been an invaluable asset. “Flowers and leaves are the very embodiment of Victorian Rococo,” the authors note, “and were applied to a wide range of objects.”
Browse our web site for a complete listing of the pieces available. And be sure to order your
pieces in plenty of time for Mother’s Day and other gift-giving opportunities. Follow the link below to access our secure, easy-to-use web site.
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