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A Worcester First Period Porcelain Teapot and Cover c1770

Heading : A Worcester First Period Porcelain Teapot and Cover
Date : Circa 1770
Period : George III
Marks : None
Origin : Worcester, England
Colour : Polychrome and underglaze blue painted
Pattern : Irregular shaped panels centred with elaborate flower heads alternating with panels of 'Compagnie des Indes' flowers and leaves
Features : Cover with open bud and leaf finial
Condition : Good
Restoration : None
Dimensions : Height 14.5cm, 17cm from top of handle to tip of spout
Weight : 469g

Eric Knowles Comments,

The use of this type of hand painted panel and flower head design appears to have been influenced by the 'Floral Queen's' pattern albeit this design is totally blue and white. It is a truly striking design.

See: Worcester Blue and White Porcelain 1751-1790, New Edition, Branyan L, French N, Sandon J. pattern IF 5

Also for a mug in the 'Floral Queens' pattern See: The Marshall Collection of Worcester Porcelain in the Ashmolean Museum - Sword R page 45, plate 40.

 

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  • £425.00


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