082021-2/RL-1319

This is an English vase, hard paste porcelain. I believe the maker is Royal Worcester because it looks like Royal Worcester. The vase is unmarked. The date is circa 1890.

The vase is 6 ¼” high and the belly is 5” x 2 ¼”.

There are four feet trimmed in gold. The foot on the front right has a little gold wear; the other three feet show wear at the bottom foot edge; light glares in some photos might make it look like a lot of wear, but for the feet, gold wear is minimal. The two handles at the top show handling rubbing wear and there is a lot of it.

The body of the vase has spirals that creates ridges in the mold; it is quite pretty.

The glaze is off-white or a light beige.

The decoration is applied by hand. There are purple lilies and long leaves in green, gold and red. One leaf in the center front has a small piece of color missing. Sprigs and tiny leaves are painted in gold and red on the back side. Gold is brushed on the body in various places.

There are no nicks, chips, cracks or crazing, just wear to the gold trim.

There are no marks other than on the bottom rear right foot is hand enameled in red the number 46.

ITEM ID
RL-1319
TYPE
Porcelain
COLOR
Beige, Cream, Gold, Green, Red
ORIGIN
England • English
PURPOSE
Vases, Urns
ITEM TYPE
Antique

Darcy's Antique Treasures

English Footed Porcelain Spiral Vase Hand Painted Lilies c 1890

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