The First Period Worcester porcelain dishes with moulded strawberry leaf and stem handles, the pierced lattice soles fitted with basketwork, the reserves painted with flower heads. The design is after a Meissen original.
Reference: The Dictionary of Worcester Porcelain, Volume I, 1751-1851, John Sandon, Page 366-367 for a colour illustration (plate 98) of a yellow ground examples.
|Dealer||Earle D. Vandekar of Knightsbridge, Inc.|
|Artist/Maker||First Period Worcester|
|Measurements||Length 11 7/8 inches (30 cm).|
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