Pair of Worcester Porcelain Square Dishes Flight Barr & Barr England, circa 1820


This pair of beautiful George IV porcelain squares was made in the Flight Barr and Barr Worcester factory circa 1820. The flowers are hand-painted. The colors are exquisite. In the center is a beautiful bouquet with two flowers; one a lovely shade of orange, the other a stunning pink. The fabulous gold gilding on the gadrooned edge is unparalleled. It is the best! The crisp white porcelain and the cobalt blue of the leaves in the decoration allow the orange and pink flowers to show beautifully.

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Background of Flight Barr Barr Worcester

Flight Barr Barr Worcester were “Manufacturers to Their Majesties.” According to the Worcester Porcelain Museum, the Worcester customer accounts of the late 18th and early 19th centuries “would read like a ‘Who’s Who’ of the day. Rich, personalized services were made for the wealthiest customers, including Tzar Alexander I, The Duke of York, King George III, King William IV, The Duke of Clarence, The Imam of Muscat, and The Marquis Buckingham and the Nabob of Oude”.

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