Vintage Shore & Coggins "Bell" China Creamer and Sugar Bowl with Pretty Campanula "Bell Flower" Pattern


This lovely open sugar and creamer in English bone china was made by Shore & Coggins of Stoke-on-Trent under their "Bell" brand. The design motif appears to be lovely campanula flowers, more commonly known as "Bell Flowers". Very pretty and floral on fine white bone china - a perfect addition to a tea party or your china cabinet.

Shore & Coggins was founded in 1887 - they introduced the Bell mark in 1911, and then used "Queen Anne" in the fifties and sixties.

CONDITION: Excellent with no chips, cracks or nicks.

SIZE: to be confirmed

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