Beautiful pair of early antique Crown Derby white bowls with different but complementary shapes and variations of gilt, neoclassical style decoration. These pieces were made well before Queen Victoria, in 1890, appointed Crown Derby 'Manufacturers of Porcelain to Her Majesty' and the word 'Royal' was added to the company name. The one of the left is the earlier one with a blue mark in use c.1775 - 1784. The one on the left has a neatly painted puce mark with crossed batons used in the c.1782 - 1825 period but before 1806 when the mark color changed to red. In very good used condition with minor wear to gilt as shown. Shipped fully insured with tracking number.
Measurements: 4 1/8" diameter by 3" tall approximately.
Mostly 19th Century Art and Antiques
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