RELIEF PATTERN BLUE AND WHITE WORKMAN'S MARK BOWL
very attractive, collectable and exquisitely potted early Worcester
porcelain small bowl with finely detailed Chrysanthemum Relief
flower patterning to the body. The whole is finished with two detailed
hand painted Worcester blue and white border patterns and a delightful
mark to base. Much larger than a Worcester teabowl this piece was
probably designed as a sucrier or sugar bowl. A choice and rare example
for the discerning collector of best
English antique porcelain and a prize item to be enjoyed." Antiques Expert
biscuit waister of a smaller and later First Period Worcester
Chrysanthemum pattern bowl is illustrated in The
Illustrated Guide to Worcester Porcelain 1751-1793, Henry Sandon plate
width 101 mm max. height 50 mm max.
Worcester workman's mark to base as illustrated.
No restoration. Small flake chip to inside rim. Small firing chip to
footrim caused by removal of kiln furniture with associated patch of
browning to inside of footrim. Typical minor rubbing wear to glaze
inside the well of the bowl through use. Overall a very good example
that displays very well.
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