Group of three cherubs decorating a gothic arch with garlands of flowers. One holding up a basket. Unglazed white porcelain with some flowers decorated with coloured enamels. This exquisite group was originally displayed under a glass dome, known as a shade, to keep it clean. Bisque bone china is not glazed and its rough surface attracts dirt. These intricate flowers and leaves were modeled and assembled by hand while the clay was still wet.

Date Made 1830
Material Bone china
Factory Mark Grainger Lee & Co (Impressed)
Provenance/Accession Donated by Mrs Haig of Cheshire
Museum Number 4151
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