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A Worcester Flight and Barr Porcelain Mug c1800

Heading : A Worcester Flight and Barr Porcelain Mug
Date : 1792-1807
Period : George III
Marks : None
Origin : Worcester, England
Colour : Cobalt blue and gilt
Pattern : Narrow bands of blue overlaid in gilt with stylised daisy chains to the base and top rim interspaced by random gilt flower sprays and florets
Features :The handle well modelled of loop form with opposing inner and outer spurs well detailed in gilt
Condition :Excellent
Restoration : None
Dimensions : Height 11cm, diameter 9cm
Weight : 345 grams


Eric Knowles Comments

Although unmarked this mug is unquestionably Worcester from the Flight and Barr period and for a pair of mugs of identical form and circa 1795  see: Flight and Barr Worcester Porcelain 1783-1840, Sandon Henry page 41 plate 25 and page 52, colour plate featuring a single example in the former Dyson Perrins Museum, and now the Museum of Worcester Porcelain, painted by Thomas Baxter and featuring his own silhouette on the front whilst inscribed 'Sept,1814'



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  • Product Code: 21012401
  • Availability: Sold
  • £300.00

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