Worcester Tea Bowl, 18th C Mother and Child and Man Fishing Pattern

An elaborate frame surrounds the central cartouche of this pattern. The primary design is simply a mother and child with a man fishing from a boat in the background. The pattern is called: "Mother and Child and Man Fishing".

This 18th C Worcester blue & white printed tea bowl is in excellent condition. There are no chips, no cracks, and no repairs. There is grit from the kiln on the outside of the lip on one side. The cup rings when tapped.

The tea bowl is 3" in diameter and about 1-3/4" high. It is marked with the Worcester hatched crescent. The date range for this piece is c.1775-1780.

Please also see the other 18th C Worcester and Caughley pieces I currently have for sale in my Ruby Lane shop.

Item ID: 3128

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$250 USD

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Gay Jungemann, Vashon Island, WA   

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