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Small Size Worcester Mask Spout Jug With Unrecorded Print c1765

Heading:Worcester mask spout jug
Date: 1760-70
Period: George III
Marks: Hatched Crescent
Origin: Worcester, England
Colour: Blue and white
Pattern: Natural Sprays Group (II.C.7) With unrecorded print.
Features: Unrecorded prints 
Size: 14.2cm tall by 12.2cm from handle to spout
Condition: 11mm hairline crack to the spout, this looks to have started as a firing fault. Manufacturing fault to the body.under the glaze.
Restoration: None
Weight:  335grams

The Pattern used under the mask and to the right belong to The natural sprays group, however the sprigs used are more commonly found with The Garden Rose Group (II.C.14). The pattern to the left is similar to the Ripe Pomegranate pattern, part of the Pine Cone group of patterns (II.C.11). We are unable to locate an exact match of this print and believe it to be unrecorded.

References: Worcester Blue and White Porcelain, 1751-1790 by Branyan, French and Sandon -II.C.7 

For an example of the standard pattern in the Victoria and Albert museum 


Pictured with a teabowl for scale.

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  • Product Code: 2017121908
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  • £190.00

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