Early Victorian Staffordshire pastille burner modelled as a flower encrusted cottage. Flatback and decorated mainly to the front. Opening to the reverse, roof and walls.
Popular from around 1820 to 1860, pastille burners were containers, often modelled in the form of cottages, churches or summer houses, and frequently found with detachable lids, which were used for the burning of cassolette perfumes or incense.
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