This is a very popular Japan-style pattern, very much in the exotic taste of Chinoiseries. Mr. Giles operated a decorating studio in London and purchased white porcelain from several factories that his workers then decorated and sold. The difference between the Worcester factory’s version of this pattern and the version James Giles designed for his painters is that Worcester had eight panels and Giles had six. Four inches high. Perfect condition except for a pinhead nick on the tip of the spout.


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ITEM ID
T231
TYPE
Pottery
PURPOSE
Jugs
ITEM TYPE
Antique

Laureate Antiques

Worcester Sparrow Beak Cream Jug c.1770 Decorated by James Giles.

$775

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