Extraordinary Royal Worcester blush ivory porcelain cylindrical spill vase on a gilt scrolled pierced foot. It is painted with blackberries, blossoms and autumn leaves and signed K. Blake. Kitty Blake, one of Royal Worcester's foremost artists, was active between the years 1905 and 1953. As a young woman she worked at the James Hadley studio painting peacocks, game birds and flowers which explains his influence in her style. The vase is marked on the underside with the shape number 6/161 and a Royal Worcester puce mark with three circles, four dots & MADE IN ENGLAND which dates its manufacture to the year 1936. In good used condition with hairline and professional restoration to base as shown. Shipped fully insured with tracking number.
Measurements: 6 1/8" tall (15.5 cm) approximately.
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