Worcester Porcelain

Early Worcester porcelain was a great competitor to the Chinese imports of the 18th century. The English factories worked hard to find this fine glaze and develop high temperature kilns to produce a quality that would compete with the delicacy of the Chinese exports.
Three pieces are offered :
  1. A covered dish, floral pattern in blue made by the ” Dr. Wall” Worcester factory (circa 1751+). H.3.25″ diameter 4.5″.
  2. A handled oval tray with fine molded and painted details. Also, Dr. Wall. H.1″ w.8.5″ d.7″.
  3. A Worcester pitcher from yet another English maker, marked. H.4″ w.3.25″, d. 1.75″.