Worcester cream jug – Queens Pattern, red line group, C. 1765

$2,450.00 AUD

Rare Worcester fluted cream jug, of ‘Red Line Group’ type, painted in ‘Queens Pattern’ with panels of kakiemon style flowers between reserves of underglaze blue with reserved flowerhead motif.

Hatched square mark,

the porcelain circa 1765,

the decoration slightly later.

 

small chip restored to lip

 

ref. Marshal ‘Coloured Worcester Porcelain’ pl 22 #421 for the scarce form; neither the Zorensky or Sandon’s ‘Dictionary of Worcester’ show an example of this elegant form, making it rare indeed. See Sandon p 275 for Red Line Group discussion; Zorensky p.358 & #461 for very similar decoration, also ’The Bowles Collection’ #145 for an identical example.

Condition

small chip restored to lip

Size

9cm high

References

ref. Marshal ‘Coloured Worcester Porcelain’ pl 22 #421 for the scarce form; neither the Zorensky or Sandon’s ‘Dictionary of Worcester’ show an example of this elegant form, making it rare indeed. See Sandon p 275 for Red Line Group discussion; Zorensky p.358 & #461 for very similar decoration, also ’The Bowles Collection’ #145 for an identical example.

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