Here is a delightful cream jug made at the Worcester factory in England. The style is reminiscent of Japanese wares created in the Kakiemon taste, and the colors resemble those in Worcester’s Kempthorne pattern. If this pattern has been named I’m unaware of it. It stands five inches high and has a commanding presence even in that small size. The decoration is in superb shape—even the gilding. The body of the creamer has no damage and only slight wear from a little bit of use, but the lid has been broken into three pieces and expertly reglued, with some repainting to the white body. Considering that creamer lids are often missing altogether, that is a minor flaw and the piece displays as very close to perfect.
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