Full screen zoom

<< Previous page

First Period Worcester Dry Blue Enamel Large Dish or Platter.

First Period Worcester Porcelain Dry Blue Enamel Large Dish or Platter,

Circa 1768-70.

(Ref: ny9040-puax)

The large First Period Worcester porcelain dish with canted corners is painted with flowers in Dry Blue with a gilt dentil border.

John Sandon in the Dictionary of Worcester mentions that blue enamel was a very difficult colour to control when used overglaze.  Worcester overcame this problem by developing a very vibrant bright blue enamel.

Dimensions: 13 inches wide x 10 inches deep x 1 1/2 inches high.

Condition: very good with one gilt dentil with some rub to top edge (see photo).

If you would like to see the retail price of this item, please register with us.


Send the image and details to a friend:
Your Name:
Friend's Email: