Welcome visitor you can login or create an account.

Chelsea Derby Porcelain Creamer c1775

Heading : Chelsea Derby porcelain creamer
Date : c1770-80
Period : George III
Marks : Gold  anchor and D
Origin : England
Colour : White ground with green swag floral pattern
Pattern : Unknown
Features : Ribbed body, with distinct handle
Size :7.2cm tall by 13.5cm in diameter including the spout and handle
Condition : Minor wear to the gilt rim. No chips or cracks.
Restoration : None
Weight :  grams

Additional Information : In 1769 William Duesbury of Derby purchased the Chelsea porcelain factory. Porcelain continued to be decorated at the Chelsea factory until 1784 this period then is known as the ‘Chelsea Derby’ period. For the Chelsea Derby mark reference please see Encyclopaedia of British pottery and porcelain marks by Geoffrey A. Godden page 141/142.

A similar shape jug is held by the Victoria and Albert museum

http://collections.vam.ac.uk/item/O165520/milk-jug-william-duesbury-co/

 

 

esbury-co/

 

Write a review

Note: HTML is not translated!
    Bad           Good
  • Product Code: 2018012257
  • Availability: 1
  • £170.00


Scottish Antiques © 2018 | Designed by Jarilo Design