Worcester Porcelain Cup Blue and White Fruit And Wreath Pattern Circa 1775 First Period Worcester
This is a wonderful example of an 18th century Worcester porcelain cup in the “Fruit and Wreath” pattern. This Dr Wall First Period Worcester cup was produced in England Circa 1775 and features an underglaze blue transfer printed pattern and a large grooved loop handle. The centerpiece of the pattern is a large pomegranate fruit flanked by decorative floral sprays. The base of the cup is marked with the Worcester hatched open crescent mark.
Measuring: Diameter with handle 3” (7.5 cm). Diameter without handle 2 2/8” (6 cm). Height 2.5” (6.4 cm).
Condition: This cup is in very good condition for its vast age but not perfect. There are two small chips to the rim of the cup and a tiny minor fleabite chip to the foot rim, as seen on our close up images.
This cup is excellent for display and is decorated in one of the more uncommon Worcester patterns. This will make a fine addition to your early English porcelain collection.
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