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Artist / Maker : Unknown
Title : Untitled (Pastille Burner)
Date (Execution) : c.1840
Geographical Origin : Staffordshire, England
Cultural Group : British
Style / Period : DA Victorian 1840-1900
Medium / Material  : Ceramic; enamel paint; glaze
Support / Technique :
Object Type : cassolettes
Visual Description : A square white house made of glazed ceramics. two windows on each side. Red brick accross the bottom of the house. House is attached to a rounded base, painted yellow and green to look like grass. The base has 4 feet. The roof is separate, with two dormer windows, and two red brick chimneys in yellow thatch.
Accession # : U997.5.13
Width (cm) : 6.00
Height (cm) : 9.50
Depth (cm) : 6.00
Mandatory Credit : Gift of Michael Priestly
Artist Statement :