An early 19th century Coalport moulded jug painted with springs of flowers. The moulded decoration is also of floral sprays and the handle is in the form of a branch. There are no makers marks, but it is a well known design, and there are also collectors labels to the underside. This is quite a large example and would probably have been used as a water or wash jug. The body is porcelain and has a yellow tint to the translucency.
There has been professional restoration to the spout and the handle and both handle joins to the body. This is now more visible as it has aged over time, but is still pretty good. Minor wear. Minor production flaws as typical for this period.