Here is one of the universal porcelain patterns of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Virtually every factory had its particular version of this symmetrical pattern of gilt sprigs alternating with tiny sprigs in color. There’s a good chance this set is by the Charles Bourne factory, but I’m not entirely sure. It is unmarked. Inspired originally by designs from the Sevres porcelain factory in France, this type of decoration comes close to being THE universally produced porcelain design, which is a testimony to its popularity and attractiveness. It is in superb condition, quite translucent, but there is a little gilt wear to the rim of the saucer. The saucer is five and a half inches in diameter.


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ITEM ID
T184
TYPE
Bone China, Ceramics, Creamware, Decorative, Hand Made, Hand Painted, Porcelain
COLOR
Polychrome, White
STYLE
Georgian
ORIGIN
England • English
PURPOSE
Cups & Saucers
ITEM TYPE
Antique

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English Teabowl & Saucer French Sprigs Angouleme, Perhaps Bourne C1820. London Shape.

$165


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