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Chamberlain Worcester Porcelain Orange-ground Botanical Campana-Form Vase, Circa 1840.


Chamberlain Worcester Porcelain Orange-ground Botanical Campana-Form Vase,

Circa 1840.


The Chamberlain Worcester vase is of campana-form with an orange ground body overlaid with gilt scrollwork.  To the front and back are large oval white-bordered panels painted with a profusion of flowers and leaves on a gilt ground.  The vase has a square foot with the upper section  painted with flowers on a gilt ground.  The reeded handles are strongly modelled with bearded satyr faces as terminals.  General minor wear to gilt


Dimensions: 15 inches high x foot 5 1/2 inches x diameter 12 1/2 inches


Reference: Chamberlain-Worcester Porcelain 1788-1852, Geoffrey Godden,  page 306, #403 for a drawing of a vase with similar terminals from the mid 1840s from the factory shape book.







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