Worcester Blind Earl First Period Moulded Sweetmeat Dish c1770

Heading : Worcester First Period Moulded Leaf Dish c1775
Date : c1775
Period : George III
Marks : none
Origin : Worcester, England
Colour : Puce (en camaïeu) with gilt decoration
Pattern : A Chinese export style pattern of rose leaves with gilded frames around some elements and to the edge of the rim; the floral elements are somewhat generic, but do bear some similarity in composition to the contemporary Marchioness of Huntley design.
Features : A moulded rim and lip, with integral twig handle; moulded leaves an rose buds in the cavetto
Condition : Outstanding; a little kiln-spit to the underside of the lip and wear to the gilding; there are patches of wear in the glaze in the cavetto
Restoration : None
Dimensions : 3.8 cm high to the handle - 15.5 cm wide including this same feature - 14.4 cm in diameter at the rim
Weight : 139 grams


the same pattern can be seen on a tea cup and saucer at the Victoria & Albert museum - accession number C.336&A-1940

We also have a further, matching cup and saucer on our own website under reference number DVB230110


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