Large Punch Bowl The Medicine Man & The Boy in the Window Patterns England 1810
This rare large punch bowl beautifully marries two of the most sought-after patterns of early 19th-century English ceramics: The Medicine Man and The Boy in the Window. This exceptional piece showcases the finest English chinoiserie and is a treasure for collectors or enthusiasts.
The Medicine Man pattern, also known as “The Physician’s Visit,” transports you to a whimsical Chinese garden from a bygone era. The scene features a skilled doctor preparing medicine for his patient using a mortar and pestle while a dutiful servant shades him from the sun. This captivating pattern pays homage to the elegance and artistry of 18th-century Chinese porcelain.
The Boy in the Window pattern tells a charming story of childhood innocence. It portrays a young boy gazing out of his window, watching his friends at play under a mother’s or governess’s watchful eye. This heartwarming design evokes feelings of nostalgia and delight.
Dimensions: Diameter across the top 15.5″ x 7.5″ tall