Cup; porcelain; heavily potted; thick footrim; small handle; printed in dark underglaze-blue on white ground; two sprays of flowers flanking scroll-edged cartouche containing oriental figure fishing, seated under tree; boat; inside rim decorated with blue line; bluish glaze pooled inside footrim; impurities in glaze of handle.
- 1770-1785 (circa)
- Factory in: Liverpool
- (Europe,United Kingdom,England,Merseyside,Liverpool)
- Height: 6.4 centimetres
- Diameter: 5.4 centimetres
Watney 1997 pp.84-5 discusses these prints seen in fig. 337 on a sauce-boat and in fig.338 on a saucer.
Inside of base scratched [Feb 2009].
Prehistory and Europe
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Object reference number: MCT2736
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