A worcester creamboat, circa 1755
Lot 94
A worcester creamboat, circa 1755
Sold for £600 (US$ 1,008) inc. premium
Lot Details
A worcester creamboat, circa 1755
Of oval form with a flared rim and an angular handle with a curled thumbrest, with moulded basket weave panels to the sides reserving cartouches painted in blue on both sides with a version of the 'Sinking Boat Fisherman' pattern, a figure walking over bridge away from a pagoda, the interior rim painted in blue with flower sprigs, 10.4cm long, workman's mark (cracked and rim chips)


  • Provenance: Godden Reference Collection.

    It is unusual to find the same principal panel repeated on both sides of a Worcester creamboat
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