Worcester Porcelain First Period Chinese Family Pattern Teapot c1770

Heading : Worcester Porcelain First Period 'Chinese Family' Pattern Teapot c1770  
Date : 1770
Period : George III
Marks : Cursive Script W to base in underglaze blue
Origin : Worcester, England
Colour : Polychrome enamels and sparingly-used gilt highlights over a black, transfer-printed outline
Pattern :Chinese Family
Features : Underglaze blue bubble and abbreviated palmate frond pattern around the top of the body and the lip of the lid
Condition : Excellent; no cracks or significant scratches; there's a small nick out of the inner edge of the cover flange; the extraordinarily intricate flower-finial has a tiny loss to one small petal, but otherwise appears to be perfect; there is a rather incongruous, thin brown enamel band around the rim of the lid, which has some wear; and a stained, x-shaped glaze crack towards the base of the spout.
Restoration :
Dimensions : 13.8 cm tall and 17.8 cm from rear of handle to tip of spout
Weight : 382 grams



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  • Product Code: DVB230106
  • Availability: Sold
  • £425.00

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