WALL WORCESTER ENGLISH PORCELAIN MILKMAIDS PATTERN
TEABOWL AND SAUCER C.1772
attractive early Dr Wall Worcester teabowl and saucer transfer printed
in overglaze jet black enamel with the popular Milkmaids
pattern - a charming English pastoral scene. All prints are good clear
examples. Don't miss this simply fabulous example of early overglaze
transferware on a gem of an 18th century English porcelain teabowl and
saucer set. The best of First Period Worcester." Antiques Expert
The Milkmaids design on Worcester
porcelain is taken directly from an earlier published engraving by
Robert Sayer in 1766. See Henry
Sandon, Worcester Porcelain 1751-1793, plate 126
for a similar Milkmaids group on a tea canister.
height teabowl 45 mm max. width saucer 123 mm max.
none to base as is usual for Worcester overglaze printed
In great display condition. No damages or restoration to
porcelain or rubbing to prints.
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