A Worcester camaieu vert cup and saucer Circa 1762-68
Lot 46
A Worcester camaieu vert cup and saucer Circa 1762-68
Sold for £687 (US$ 1,154) inc. premium
Lot Details
A Worcester camaieu vert cup and saucer
Circa 1762-68
Decorated in the Giles workshop, the cup and saucer painted in sea green and gold with a trailing branch of flowering chrysanthemums and numerous leaf sprigs, each with a running floral border inside the gilt edged rim, the saucer 13cm diameter, the cup 8.5cm diameter, underglaze blue crossed swords mark with the numeral 9

Footnotes

  • A bowl decorated in the same pattern was offered at Bonhams in The Crane Collection of 18th Century English Porcelain, 31st March 2010, lot 290.

    A teapot matching the cup and saucer in this lot was exhibited by Robyn Robb, International Ceramics Fair 2003, catalogue fig 16. Her footnote refers to other known examples of the pattern, all possibly from a single service.
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