EXPORT PORCELAIN TEABOWL & SAUCER DECORATED IN ENGLAND WITH CARMINE
FLORAL WORKSHOP OF JAMES GILES STYLE PATTERN C.1755-65
attractive and rare example of Chinese Export porcelain dating from the
1750s, decorated in London England on imported Chinese white pottery blanks. The teabowl and saucer are painted
with a classic carminefloralworkshop
of James Giles style Roses pattern. The floral sprays have a stylistic
energy, looseness and flamboyance in execution, that is not found on Chinese decorated examples and further suggests
attribution to the Giles London decorating atelier." Antiques Expert
height 43 mm max. width 120 mm max.
Good condition for display with no restoration. Condition
report: Teabowl is very good with no damages to porcelain. Decorative display qualities are excellent. Faint residual traces of gilding remain to rim indicating that the teabowl rim
had once been gilded. A section of the saucer has been broken and restuck with
associated flat chip to back and further chip to rim.
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