Pair of First Period Worcester Cornucopia Wall Pockets c1760
Heading : Pair large Worcester wall pockets
Date : 1757-60
Period : George II
Marks : Faux Meissen crossed swords
Origin : England
Colour : Blue and white
Pattern : Cornucopia prunus
Features : Pierced such that they may be adhered to your wall. Decorated with the Cornucopia prunus pattern.
Size : 4.9cm tall 23.9cm long by 17.6cm wide
Condition : Very good, one chip on the back of one pocket measuring 4cm in length, not visible when mounted, wear commensurate with age as shown
Restoration : A crack between the suspension holes in one example has been professionally restored.
Weight : 1329 grams combined
References : Worcester Blue and White Porcelain, 1751-1790 by Branyan, French and Sandon - I.E.20
- Product Code: 2017040612
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