1115 – A rare Worcester printed and polychrome painted double handled sauceboat c 1755

Worcester 1115 - A rare Worcester printed and polychrome painted double handled sauceboat c 1755 A rare Worcester printed and polychrome painted double handled sauceboat c 1755. 0 stars, based on 0 reviews 0 5
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1115 - A rare Worcester printed and polychrome painted double handled sauceboat c 1755

GBP £1,750.00
1115 - A rare Worcester printed and polychrome painted double handled sauceboat c 1755
1115 - A rare Worcester printed and polychrome painted double handled sauceboat c 1755
1115 - A rare Worcester printed and polychrome painted double handled sauceboat c 1755
1115 - A rare Worcester printed and polychrome painted double handled sauceboat c 1755
1115 - A rare Worcester printed and polychrome painted double handled sauceboat c 1755
1115 - A rare Worcester printed and polychrome painted double handled sauceboat c 1755
1115 - A rare Worcester printed and polychrome painted double handled sauceboat c 1755
1115 - A rare Worcester printed and polychrome painted double handled sauceboat c 1755
1115 - A rare Worcester printed and polychrome painted double handled sauceboat c 1755
1115 - A rare Worcester printed and polychrome painted double handled sauceboat c 1755
1115 - A rare Worcester printed and polychrome painted double handled sauceboat c 1755
1115 - A rare Worcester printed and polychrome painted double handled sauceboat c 1755

1115 - A rare Worcester printed and polychrome painted double handled sauceboat c 1755

GBP £1,750.00
Model Number: 1115
A rare Worcester printed and polychrome painted double handled sauceboat c 1755.
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Of double handled design with flat button thumb rests, c19 cms long. Printed with a river scene and painted with flowers in orange red and green, the cartouches edged in gilt.

One filled chip to the foot.

Illustrated in my book, British Porcelain Sauceboats of the 18th Century, Figs. 194 and 195.