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FIRST PERIOD WORCESTER DUTCH JUG

England, c1757, Pseudo Meissen Crossed Swords Mark

 

 

 

The ovoid body molded with overlapping cabbage leaves extending into the straight neck, which is embossed 

with a border of small upright leaves, the handle the early form of leaf-capped loop handle, that handle form

being discontinued by 1760; painted in underglaze blue with “The Cabbage-Leaf Jug Floral” pattern of

trailing leaves and flowers, a pair of insects at the rim, pseudo-Meissen crossed sword mark verso

 

Note : See Branyan, French and Sandon (1989), I.E.21

 

Condition : Small chip to rim; otherwise excellent

 

8” High

 

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First Period Worcester Porcelain Dutch Jug, Crossed Swords Mark, England, c1757 

 

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