A Derby Porcelain Named View Landscape Tea Cup and Saucer c1820

Heading :  A Derby Porcelain Named View Landscape Tea Cup and Saucer
Date : c1820
Period : George III/George IV
Marks :Red painted crown above crossed batons and dots above a cursive 'D'. The teacup and saucer both titled "In Cumberland"
Origin : Derby, England
Colour :Polychrome and gilt
Pattern : The Tea Cup with riverscape showing a boatsman with another character ascending a path, the Saucer with two rural gentlemen regarding a view across a lake towards a manor house in an elevated position. The reserves on both with elaborate formalised foliate gilding

Features:The Tea Cup with ring handle
Condition :Very good; no chips, cracks or flakes; very minor gilt loss to both pieces; a tiny manufacturing flaw to the rim of the cup, under the original gilding
Restoration None
Dimensions : cup 6.8 cm high x 8.5 cm diameter - saucer 14.3 cm diameter
Weight : 257 grams

Note: This series of painted wares are generally attributed to the painter Daniel Lucas, Senior




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  • £190.00

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