Bristol Porcelain Trio Decorated by Henry Bone c1775
Heading: Bristol porcelain trio
Period: George III
Marks: Blue X.1 . the decorators mark of Henry Bone
Origin: Bristol, England
Pattern: Hand painted floral
Features: Hand painted onglaze floral pattern with gilded rim
Size: 6.9cm tall by 12.9cm in diameter
Condition: Displays very well, no chips or cracks, wear commensurate with age to the gilded rim as shown
Weight: 240 grams
Additional Information: Henry Bone the "prince of enamelers" was apprenticed to William Cookworthy at the Plymouth porcelain works before moving to Bristol with Cookworthy. The Bristol factory mark is an overglaze cross. The .1 is the painters mark associated with Henry Bone, being the first artist at the factory.
Following the financial failure of the Bristol manufactory Bone moved to London where he found sucess as an artist and enameler.
- Product Code: 2018043001
- Availability: Sold