Presented for sale is a historical example of early Chamberlain’s Worcester porcelain, circa 1820 – 1830. This is a square dish with gadrooned edges, decorated with a wide yellow border interrupted with oval vignettes hand painted in botanicals and edged with gilt drapery.
The Regent body was presented by the Chamberlains in 1811 and was seen as the new standard for English porcelain refined. It was exceedingly costly to make, and the earliest wares were distinguished by their high artistic standards.
The dish is in very good age related condition with some minor gilt wear and kiln dirt seen in the back (original to the piece). There is also some slight surface crazing but no discoloration
Size: 8 ¼” Square.