FIRST PERIOD WORCESTER FLUTED TEABOWL & SAUCER
“Gillyflower”, England, c1770
Of soft creamy soft paste porcelain, the fluted teabowl and saucer each painted in underglaze bright blue with
a carnation (or pink) with scattered floral sprigs, the rims with a single blue line;
the verso of each with an underglaze open crescent
The Gillyflower pattern was faithfully copied by Worcester from French porcelain,
in particular Chantilly.
Condition : Excellent; scalloped rims without nicks, chips or restoration
The Saucer : 5” Diameter
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