A pair of Worcester porcelain plates with bright hand-painted flowers set against a dark purple ground in the centre of each plate. The flowers are framed by a thin border of gilt, and a wide light-grey marbled border and gilded edge. The dishes were made circa 1810. They show freesia, a pink rose, a purple peony, peach colored dahlias, and other flowers.
We also have available in the same pattern a tea pot and dishes. Combine these together and you have an extraordinarily beautiful group.
H 1 in. x Dm 8.15 in.
The porcelains of the Worcester factory during this period were of the highest caliber, and were sometimes inscribed on the reverse “Manufacturers to their Majesties and the Prince Regent.” One of these dishes has such as inscription.
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