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Quatrefoil shaped cup and saucer; figure and floral scenes on panels on alternating white and blue grounds; gilt abstract border decoration
Funnel shaped cup on a square pedestal base; floral polychrome decoration on a white border and gilt decoration on a red ground
Floral band decoration on a white ground; blue border with gilt decoration. Painted in underglaze blue and overglase enamels, with gilding.
Floral panel decoration; mazarine-blue border on a white ground, with gilded cross-hatching; cup has a flare rim and pedestal base.
Bulbous bowl on narrow circular foot covered in a russet glaze thinning to reveal the amber glaze beneath; black manganese stroke design on rim
Bulbous shape with brown mottled glaze on grey
Pale green glaze; green band around base on exterior and interior at centre; painterly brown stroke through centre of interior
Single handled; printed in underglaze blue on white
Moulded; shaped rim; polychrome floral decoration in relief
Printed in underglaze blue with moulded rose motif. Heavily moulded floral sprays; painted underglaze spray under lip; interior - painted sprays throughout with cell border
Branch and foliage applied handles on tub and cover. Floral spray decoration printed in underglaze blue.
Tea bowl, saucer
Chinoiserie design printed overglaze in black and painted overglaze in enamels. Pattern: "Les Garçons Chinois" engraved by Robert Hancock after Jean Pillemont
Painted in polychrome overglaze enamels. The pattern, generally referred to as tiger and bamboo, is taken from a Meissen plate, based on the original Japanese Kakiemon design. It is an example of a pattern that arrived indirectly, illustrating the influence of Meissen in the decoration of, in this instance, a Worcester plate. (Kathleen Campbell, Curator Emerita, 'Focus Four: The Translucent Quality', 2001.)
Helmet-shaped with basket weave exterior relief-moulding reserving a chinoiserie scene within rococo scrolls; a fusion of Chinese content and the European rococo style. Decoration painted in underglaze blue.
Panels of underglaze rouge-de-fer (iron-red) reserving circles of chrysanthemums, alternating with overglaze enamel panels of flowers and prunus painted in the Kakiemon style. Vertical flutes, saucer deep, countersunk foot rim
Blue floral painting in overglaze enamel on white ground; gilded; shaped rim. A replacement plate for a service from the French porcelain factory of Sèvres. The Sèvres mark is also reproduced. (as per Kathleen Campbell, Curator Emerita 2001, in 'Focus Four: The Translucent Quality').
Tea bowl, saucer
Radiating panels painted in alternating underglaze blue and overglaze enamels.
Puce-colored vine-leaf border painted in overglaze enamels, with gilding. Gadroon rim; armorial at centre; Crest: an eagle rising (unattributed).
Painted in overglaze enamels.
Elaborate decoration painted in underglaze blue and overglaze enamels and gilding. Pattern is a composite "Japan" design.
Coffee cup, saucer
Printed in overglaze jet (black) enamel. Pattern 'L'Amour' from a design by C.N. Cochin, published by Francois Vivares (1707-1780) c.1745, and engraved by Robert Hancock (1730-1817).
Scalloped edge; painted in an underglaze blue that attempts the original Kangxi sapphire blue. 'The Hundred Antiques': Chinese objects with ancient religious or mythological significance, taken from a Kangxi period design, 1662-1722. The mark is unique to this pattern and imitates the Chinese.
Bulbous shape slipware jug; brown and yellow glaze; two dark brown bands of concentric incised lines; brush strokes in brown slip; strap-form handle