PATRICIAN ANTIQUES : Early 19th century Worcester

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The competing companies of Chamberlain, Flight & Barr and Grainger produced excellent wares, often for the luxury market.

Skilled painters were employed and commisions from the nobility and Royal family added to their prestige.

For 18th Century: Worcester, colored or Worcester, blue & white : For other later wares see: British Porcelain 1850-1900

British Tea Bowls, Cups & Cans

 Stock#

 Item description

 Date

 Maker

 Price

23117

COFFEE CAN & SAUCER, cup 2-1/2 inches high, saucer 5-1/4 inches diameter. Decorated with a rich "Japan" imari style pattern in underglaze blue. iron red and gold. Pattern #140. Hairline crack across saucer base. Unmarked

1807-1810

GRAINGER

WORCESTER

$145.00
26116

BOWL, diameter 6-1/2 inches. The border painted with a design of green and red leaves and gold twigs over a gold band. Gold foot rim.

Impressed mark of a crown over "BFB". Area of wear to gold rim

1807-1813

Barr, Flight

and Barr.

$175.00

22497

SAUCER DISH, 7-3/4 inches diameter. Salmon pink border with a gold ribbon and foliate design. Impressed mark of a crown over "BFB". From the collection of Ewan B.Brown. c.1805

Barr, Flight

and Barr.

$175.00

 

SOLD

COFFEE CAN, 2-1/2" high. Beidermier shape. Gold interior and bands. Painted with a bouquet of summer flowers. Fully marked on base including London address.  c. 1815 Chamberlain SOLD

 SOLD

33936
Set of eight soup plates, 10" diameter. White ground decorated with an Oriental floral design in underglaze blue, iron red and pink with gold accents. Regent china. Mark: Full address in red. * three with wear.  c. 1825 Chamberlain SOLD

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