FINE REGENCY CHAMBERLAIN WORCESTERPORCELAIN THUMB AND
FINGER PATTERN BADEN
jewel of a Regency English porcelain Chamberlain Worcester bucket
shaped coffee can produced circa 1810 in a fine glassy-white hard paste
body and exquisitely hand decorated
with one of their finest patterns known as Thumband Finger. The
bucket shape with large ring handle and distinctive
inner kidney shaped spur is typical and conforms to the fashionable
styles of the period. It is known as the Baden shape." Antiques Expert
surviving written Chamberlain Worcester pattern book refers to pattern
464 as "New finger pattern". This is the newer and rarer version of an
earlier Chamberlain Thumb
and Finger pattern.
height 66 mm max.
pattern number 464 as illustrated.
In excellent display condition. There are two short tight hairlines
from the rim. One is very faint and both are almost lost in the outside
pattern. Traces of typical minor rubbing wear to gilt rim. Overall a
very nice example of a desirable pattern.
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