A Swansea Porcelain Tea Cup and Saucer with Teaplate 1814-22

Heading :  A Swansea Porcelain Tea Cup, Saucer and Teaplate
Date : 1814-1822
Period : George III / George IV
Marks : Swansea in upper case in red to tea plate only
Origin :Swansea, Wales
Colour :Gilt on White
Pattern : Central gilt medallions to centres and interior and gilt bands to borders and handle
Features :Paris fluted moulding to all pieces
Condition : Some wear to cup rims and interior the saucer with wear to central medallion
Restoration :None
Dimensions : Tea Cup height 7.0cm to top of handle, 8.4cm diameter, Saucer 15cm
Weight : 388 grams


Eric Knowles Comments

For a comparison of these and other 'Paris' moulded table wares See: Swansea Porcelain Shapes and Decoration Jones AE (Jimmy) and Joseph Sir Leslie pages 53,54 and 55.


I have always considered these Swansea Paris fluted teawares to represent the highest sophistication achieved by any Regency period maker both English or French.



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  • Product Code: 21032701
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  • £135.00

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