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PAIR OF FIRST PERIOD WORCESTER PORCELAIN "RUBBER TREE PLANT" PLATES

England, c1775

 

 

 

Each of round molded and lobed form, painted in underglaze blue with the Rubber Tree Plant pattern depicting exotic l

eaves and berry (or grape) clusters and sprays with scattered insects, within feuille-de-choux type blue rim borders,

the verso with rim sprigs and pseudo Chinese character marks

     

Note : This pattern was produced for only a short time in the 1770’s, and appears generally on a small range of dessert wares.

 

Condition : Excellent; each with several glaze skips to the rim; one with small restored nick to edge (indiscernible and I cannot find)

 

7.75” Diameter

 

SOLD

 

#6137

 

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Left Example

 

Left Example Verso

 

Right Example

 

Right Example Verso

 

For related Worcester porcelain, please click below :

 

First Period Worcester Porcelain Guglet, England, c1770

First Period Worcester Reticulated Centerpiece

England,. c1775

Large First Period Worcester Mug, (Pillement), England, c1770, 5.5"

'La Promenade Chinoise' & 'La Peche',

First Period Worcester Porcelain Gu Vase, England, c1765-70

 

 

Additional British Ceramics :

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

 

 


 

 

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Pair of First Period Worcester Rubber Tree Plant Plates, England, c1775 

 

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