PERIOD WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE PLATE, TRANSFER PRINTED WITH THE PINE
CONE GROUP PATTERN BFS II.C.11 C.1770-1785
attractive Worcester press-moulded plate with scallop-edge and
additional border transfer printed flower groups in underglaze blue.
The main Pine Cone Group pattern is understandably
one of the most popular blue and white floral designs produced by the
eighteenth century Worcester porcelain works. This piece is a
particularly good representative example as the pattern works and
displays best on larger flatware." Antiques Expert
See, Branyan, French and Sanden,
Worcester Blue and White Porcelain 1751-1790, page
382 The Pine Cone Group II.C.11 for an identical
scallop-edged plate illustrated.
width 240 mm max. approximately 9 1/2 inches.
hatched crescent markas illustrated.
Excellent display condition. Condition report:
There is one small flat rim chip to edge (illustrated enlarged) which
is easily missed in generally viewing. Print is a particularly fine and
crisp example with no blurring. Plate is free from staining or
discolouration and there is no restoration. A good example.
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