Sauceboat; porcelain; moulded with prunus and elaborate scrolls; painted in blue under the glaze with fishing and boating scene in Chinese style (unidentified pattern), and detached floral sprays and insects; unidentified border pattern; marked.
- 1755 (circa)
- Factory in: Worcester
- (Europe,British Isles,England,Worcestershire,Worcester)
- Height: 4.9 inches
- Length: 8.8 inches
- Height: 12.5 centimetres (max.)
- Length: 22.1 centimetres (max.)
Inscription Commentmonogram painted in blue; possibly a workman's or tally mark
Once thought to have been modelled by Thomas Frye.
Britain, Europe and Prehistory
Sauceboat; porcelain; flanged sides, two side-handles and scalloped ends; four panels with borders of raised foliage; moulded shell and floral ornament; painted in blue under the glaze with fishing and boating scene in Chinese style, and detached floral sprays and insects; marked.
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Object reference number: MCN13202
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