This large and decorative 18th century blue and white porcelain punch bowl was produced by John Pennington in Liverpool, England during the reign of George III, circa 1780 (during the American War of Independence). This gorgeous bowl, one of the nicest that we have handled, features a transfer printed underglaze blue and white floral pattern with roses and peony type flower. The interior rim having a Fitzhugh style border. Over 200 years old but right on trend for the interior designer/style maker. This really would make an exceptional addition to your interior and of course it is an investment piece for future generations.
Measuring: Diameter 11.25 inch (28.5 cm). Height 4.5 inch (11.5 cm).
Condition: The bowl is in very good, sound condition for its vast age. There are two small raised marks to the rim which are from the early manufacturing process. The usual glaze pooling and dark speckled fritting in the glaze that is associated with early pieces of Liverpool porcelain.
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