Worcester Porcelain La Peche Promenade Mug c1775


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Heading :  A worcester porcelain mug
Date : 1770-85
Period : George III
Marks : Crescent mark
Origin : Worcester. England
Colour : Blue and white
Pattern :
Pattern II.A.10 La Peche Promenade
Features : grooved strap handle
Condition : Excellent. no chips or cracks. A little kiln spit in the glaze
Restoration : None
Dimensions : Height 11.8cms
Weight : 243 grams

Reference Branyan. French. Sandon p313  II.A.10

The design was published in “Le Livres Chinoise” after the engravings of Canot in 1758. In Robert Sayers tome of 1760 “Ladies Amusement” it shows the design adopted by Hancock at Worcester.

Is this a mug or a tankard. Was this intended for tea/coffee or beer. We believe the latter. when made the price of tea and coffee was beyond the reach of all but the very well to do. However nowadays anything not made from glass or silver is quite erroneously called a mug.


Additional information

Weight750 g


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