This rare and desirable miniature porcelain sucrier was produced by Chamberlain Worcester in England during the early 19th century, circa 1815. Chamberlain Worcester was one of the best porcelain manufactures and decorators of porcelain in its day. This item has been produced to the highest quality, the gilding is excellent, the hand painted floral sprays are vibrant and are extremely detailed. We love the moulded lion head handles, however our favourite feature is the hand painted red script on the inside of the lid which reads ‘Chamberlain Worcester’.
The pink ground combined with the hand painted floral sprays and the rich gilding make this the perfect piece for anyone who collects early English porcelain. This is a rare opportunity to own such a quality piece of Regency era porcelain. Please see our collection of early 19th century pottery and porcelain listed separately in our store.
Measuring: Diameter 2 1/8 inch (5 cm) by height 2.25 inch (6 cm).
Condition: Excellent, the very tiniest less than 1/16 inch fleabite to the rim.
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Circa 1815 Miniature Dolls Sucrier Pink Chamberlain Worcester Porcelain Lidded Sugar Bowl, English Circa 1815
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