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First Period Worcester Sir Joshua Reynolds Pattern Dessert Plate c1770

Heading : Worcester porcelain dessert plate
Date : 1765-70
Period : George III
Marks : Underglaze blue fret mark
Origin : England
Colour : Kakiemon palette
Pattern : One of many variants of the so called Sir Joshua Reynolds pattern
Size : 2.7cm tall and 19.4cm in diameter
Condition : Wear commensurate with age
Restoration : None
Weight : 289 grams


Additional Information :We have no idea as to how this pattern and its variants became associated to the artist Joshua Reynolds. Some texts claim that Reynolds owned a service in this pattern. The pattern was first used by Chelsea in the first half of the 1750's. Worcester soon adopted this themselves but the wet blue ground and gilded versions are later. Some gilded versions are associated to the Giles atelier.

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