DR WALL WORCESTER, PUCE CAMAIEUMEISSEN
STYLE PATTERN CREAM JUG C.1765-75
fine Dr Wall 18th Century Worcester porcelain cream jug with a
particularly distinctive and attractive puce camaieu Meissen
style floral pattern with insects and floral decoration,
some within a gold rococo style cartouche, A lovely flamboyant set with
real personality and certainly not the typical and sometimes mechanical
Worcester house style. The beautifully executed painting may be the
work of an ex Chelsea or London based decorator migrating to Worcester?"Antiques Expert Hamilton Bear.
The Illustrated Guide To Worcester Porcelain 1751-1793,
Henry Sandon, Colour Plate VIII illustrates a
coffee pot in this pattern decorated by the same hand.
height 82 mm max.
In excellent display condition.Condition
report: There is one minute flat flake chip to the tip of the
spout which is difficult to spot. Typical traces of rubbing wear to
rim. A small firing tear to porcelain at the base of handle from when
this piece was made. No restoration. Overall - a very good example.
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