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A Worcester First Period Porcelain Cream Jug 1995-78

Heading : A Worcester First Period Porcelain Cream Jug
Date : 1775-1778
Period :George 111
Marks :None
Origin :Worcester, England
Colour :Polychrome and gilt
Pattern :Turqoise bands above footrim and below shaped toprim edged with respective shell and pendant drop motifs
Features : Fluted gently swollen body with ear-shape handle
Condition :Good
Restoration :None
Dimensions : Height to top of handle 12.8cms
Weight : 178

Eric Knowles Comments

Compared with the usual Worcester milk jug and cover this cream jug represents a rare shape also found as part of their cabaret sets but with a simpler loop handle. The actual form shows a French influence borrowing elements from the Sevres 'pot a lait a trois pieds'  introduced in 1752 albeit the Worcester version is minus three feet and of a less bulbous form.

For a Worcester Jug of identical form, decoration and also unmarked See: The Marshall Collection of Worcester Porcelain in the Ashmolean Museum , Sword Rosalind. Page 446, No 746.

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  • Product Code: 21012106
  • Availability: Sold
  • £175.00

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