Worcester Queens Pattern Tea Cup and Saucer

Heading : Worcester Queens pattern tea cup and saucer
Date : The cup 1768-1774, the saucer is a modern replacement
Period : George III
Marks : Worcester painted blue square fret mark
Origin : England
Colour : Kakiemon palette
Pattern : Queens pattern
Features : Fluted tea
bowl and saucer. The fluting on the body is well defined as is the inverted scalloped rim. A steep incline lip to the saucer
Size : 5cm tall by 11.7cm in diameter
Condition : Excellent.
Restoration : None. The cuop is 18th century, the saucer is a modern replacement
Weight : 125 grams

Porcelain imports from Japan dwindled from 1725 to 1745. Cheaper Chinese imports were available via the East India Company (VOC), The patterns were obviously very popular with the gentry and Worcester and other manufactories took it upon themselves to copy the patterns. The Japan fan pattern and old Mosaic (or Mosaick) patterns, Queens pattern, rich Queens pattern , the brocade pattern and others are all direct copies of Arita imports.

This is not entirely original, however, it remains one of my favorite patterns.

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  • Product Code: 21111710
  • Availability: Sold
  • £180.00

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