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  FIRST PERIOD WORCESTER K'ANG HSI LOTUS LOBED DESSERT DISH

England, c1770-1775

 

  

 

 

The oval fluted dish, painted in shades of blue with eight exterior panels of radiating leaves and flowers between

lines, surrounding a central flowerhead, stylized lobed floral scroll roundel and further radiating alternating leaves

and flowerheads, the verso with a Pseudo-Chinese mark, as an open lozenge (symbol of victory);

after a Chinese Kangxi original

  

Ref: Sandon, Henry (1980) The Illustrated Guide to Worcester Porcelain, 1751-1793, London :

(comments: Cf. A dessert dish decorated with this pattern, see pl. 101. Dated to c. 1770-75.)

A small dish in this pattern was included in the Zorensky Collection.

  

Condition: Excellent; some minor glaze-skip staining to the footrim; a small chip inside the footrim

  

10.75” Wide x 8.75" High x 2" Deep 

 

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 #5985

 

 

 

 

 

 

Also See :

 

 

First Period Worcester Basket, K'ang Hsi Pattern

England, c1770-75

Somewhat rare, 7.5" Wide

 

Additional British Ceramics :

http://www.mfordcreech.com/ceramics.html#EARLY_BRITISH_PORCELAIN

 

 


 

 

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First Period Worcester K'ang Hsi Lotus Lobed Dessert Dish, England, c1770-75 

 

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