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Royal Doulton Rare Colour Coaching Biscuit Barrel

Posted by noordy (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 29, 12 at 22:15

Hi all i have just brought a R D coaching day biscuit barrel in the very rare sunset color ,it is not like the normal biscuit barrels as they are rounded at the top and bottom this is strait from the top to the bottom ,has the R D stamp for about 1902--22 the enps top is larger then the normal biscuit barrels .About 22 cms high to the top of the handle & 13 for the barrel itself & is 13 cms wide,could it be a ice barrel ?
can anyone help with this ,price and what is it exactly ??
Kind regards

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RE: Royal Doulton Rare Colour Coaching Biscuit Barrel

Earthen ware or Bone China?
Looks like it could be an ice bucket.....have you seen the site I have linked?

Here is a link that might be useful: Coaching days

RE: Royal Doulton Rare Colour Coaching Biscuit Barrel

Hi Lindac THANKS but yes i have seen this web page "its a very good site all credit to Bruce> but there is nothing like it on there ,and i can not find any refrance that there were any ice buckets were made in the coaching series ware . so the hunt gos on .lol

RE: Royal Doulton Rare Colour Coaching Biscuit Barrel

I can't find a picture of anything that looks like that....nor any reference that RD made an ice bucket.
The shape is right for a tobacco jar....but I can't find a picture with a silver lid.
It's a great piece....whatever it is. But since it was molded you know there is another somewhere.

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