England, c1760-65



The body with delicate lattice molding, each side with molded blue leaves, fruit and flora, the interior

 with a central floral spray, a flowerhead at the lip, and a further floral spray at the handle, trellis

diapered inner rim, the molded and knopped loop handle with scattered leaves and flowerheads


Condition: Rim, footrim and glaze chips as visible in images; firing flaw to the interior, as shown; kiln spit


Note: for a similar example unpainted footrim, see The Watney Collection, Part I, page192;

also in the Gilbert Bradley collection, co-author of Derby Porcelain, 1750-1798


4.75” Long x 2.5" High


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