Bring a touch of Regency England to your home this season. This wonderfully decorative porcelain bowl was produced by the New Hall porcelain factory in England and dates to the early 19th century, circa 1815. The bowl features a classical Adam Buck bat printed pattern depicting a devoted mother playing with her child. We can almost hear the child's giggles of sheer pleasure as mama tickles her and bounces her on her knee.
Adam Buck (b 1759–d 1833) was a celebrated Irish neo-classical portraitist, miniature painter and engraver. The red hand painted pattern number reads ‘1147’ to the base, we love the combination of the white, black and the extensive richly gilded decoration. One can easily see how Regency home owners adored this pattern back in 1815.
This is a rare, quality piece of English porcelain. This would make the perfect addition to your Georgian pottery and porcelain collection. Please see our collection of New Hall porcelain listed separately in our store.
Measuring: Diameter 6 3/8 inch (16 cm) by height 3 1/8 inch (7.5 cm).
Condition: 1/8 inch shallow surface graze to interior rim, light wear to the gilded rim and minor surface wear to the interior of the bowl.