England, c1775


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A very rare creamware-influenced reticulated and molded quatrefoil centerpiece on pedestal foot, the body and foot

geometrically pierced in the Leeds manner (rarely seen on English porcelain) printed in underglaze blue and white

with the French-influenced Gillyflower pattern of a central carnation spray among scattered floral sprays and insects,

within a feuille-de-choux type rim and footrim; underglaze blue crescent mark verso


Note: Ref: Worcester Porcelain, The Zorensky Collection, p 477, Pl 649;

probably originally a centerpiece for serving fruit from a dessert service; quite rare


Condition: Overall, excellent; three rim nicks -1 properly filled and glazed; one appears to have recently lost is fill;

minor external original vertical firing flaws at the bowl/foot juncture, shown above & below


3.5" High x 11.5” Wide x 9.75" Deep




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# 6138


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Rare Firet Period Worcester Reticulated Centerpiece, c1775 


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