Worcester porcelain scalloped dish in the Dragons in Compartments pattern; England, circa late 18th Century.
This pattern, also known as Bengal Tiger, is hand painted in a pattern based on Chinese designs. The four compartments show two stylized dragons, one of which resembles a tiger, as well as floral arrangements on low tables. One of Worcesters most complex and colorful patterns. The plate has a graceful scalloped edge.
Overall excellent condition, with some wear to the enamel and gilt. No cracks, hairlines or chips.
8 1/2" diameter.
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