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First Period Worcester Porcelain Large Leaf & Flower Dish.

First Period Worcester Porcelain Rare Large Leaf & Flower Dish,

Circa 1762-65.


The large dish with moulded  green overlapping leaves with puce veins with a central raised roundel with a polychrome flower bouquet.  The rim with puce rococo swirls.  Two tiny frits to rim invisibly repaired.

Dimensions: 10 3/4 inches diameter x 1 3/4 high. (27.31cm diameter x 4.45 cms)

Provenance: Albert Amor Ltd.; Private collection label with WP 295.

Reference: Zorensky catalogue fig. 83. Provenance: the Rous Lench collection, Sothebys 1st July, 1986, lot 261.

This shape is relatively rare and unlike most leaf forms in English porcelain, it appears to have no Meissen prototype. For a blue and white example see fig. 615.

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