A Chamberlains Worcester Porcelain 'Botanical' Sauce Tureen and Cover Circa 1805

Heading :  A Chamberlains Worcester Porcelain'Botanical' Sauce Tureen and Cover
Date : 1800-1810
Period : George III
Marks :Base underside marked in script 'Chamberlains Worcester', 'Creeping Crocus' and 'Yellow Azalea'. The cover underside also marked 'Chamberlains Worcester', 'Neopolitan Mezereon' and 'Striped Flowered Alstroemeria'
Origin :Worcester, England
Colour :Polychrome and gilt
Pattern :Named Botanical specimens,all rims banded in gilt
Features : Twin banded handles and acorn knop finial to cover all gilt
Condition :Good
Restoration :The gilding on one handle has been re-touched
Dimensions : Height 22.5cms to top of finial, 25cms in length, 17cms in width
Weight : 1265 g


Eric Knowles Comments

In his 'Chamberlain Worcester 1788-1852' Geoffrey Godden discusses this botanical dessert service stating that the service is finely painted with accurate botanical specimens , the work of a leading artist. Another aspect of this service contributing to its original high price is the sparseness of the decoration which leaves a large area of porcelain showing. This necessitated only the very best unblemished blanks being used whereas all-over Japan patterns tended to cover most of the service with the result that slightly faulty 'seconds'could be used for such designs


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