Here is an antique porcelain Lowestoft saucer, with a damaged teabowl included. The Peony (or Mansfield) Pattern was one of the mainstays of the Worcester factory for many years, and was copied by the Caughley and the Lowestoft factories, though not in such large numbers as at Worcester. This saucer is in fine condition. The teabowl has been through the wars. It has been reglued after being broken in half, and has some unpainted restorations on the rim, as well as damage to the footrim. This set has workman’s marks on the bottom, which is a fairly common practice at Lowestoft up until about 1774.
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