circa 1770 on a pedestal foot, painted in blue with 'The Egg Cup Floral Sprays', comprising a leafy flower spray, a cell border around the rim, 6.7cm (2 5/8in), crescent mark
Zorensky catalogue, fig. 609. Two shapes of egg cup were made at Worcester, one with embossed prunus sprigs. Both shapes are also found without the incurving rim, presumably for larger eggs. See Branyan, French and Sandon, I.E.11.