Very Rare First Period Dr. Wall Worcester Saucer Dish

A very rare early First Period Dr. Wall Worcester Saucer Dish, pencilled delicately with a chinamen holding a parasol and a parott within a garden with a juniper tree to the right , and a table together with a vase and flowers on the left, within a lambrequin border composed of scrolls, lozenges and diaper.

Circa 1755

Provenance:  Anthony Tuke and Sir Anthony Tuke collections, acquired from Stoner and Evans.

Exhibited:  English Ceramic Circle 1948 Exhibition no. 415

Dimensions:  Diameter: 6 3/4 ins. (17 cms.)

Marks:   Painter’s numeral of crossed arrows and annulet mark in black to the underside.


Stock No. 1424

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