Late 18th Century Worcester "Dragons in Compartments" DishLate 18th Century Worcester "Dragons in Compartments" DishLate 18th Century Worcester "Dragons in Compartments" DishLate 18th Century Worcester "Dragons in Compartments" DishLate 18th Century Worcester "Dragons in Compartments" DishLate 18th Century Worcester "Dragons in Compartments" DishLate 18th Century Worcester "Dragons in Compartments" Dish

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.

Item ID: CW 036

Late 18th Century Worcester "Dragons in Compartments" Dish

$345 USD

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