A ROYAL WORCESTER EXHIBITION GOLD AND IVORY GROUND PLATE
A ROYAL WORCESTER EXHIBITION GOLD AND IVORY GROUND PLATE

DATE CYPHER FOR 1938, PRINTED GILT CROWNED MONOGRAM MARK, PATTERN NO. Z1908, U.S. CUSTOMS LABEL FOR THE NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1939, SIGNED E. BARKER.

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A ROYAL WORCESTER EXHIBITION GOLD AND IVORY GROUND PLATE
Date cypher for 1938, printed gilt crowned monogram mark, pattern no. Z1908, U.S. customs label for the New York World's Fair 1939, signed E. Barker.
Painted with a tight bouquet, the wide border formed as a six-petal floral-form cartouche, gilt and tooled with flowers and shells
9 7/8in. (25cm.) diam.
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Please note that this lot is offered not subject to a reserve. Please note that the catalogue illustration is incorrectly numbered as lot 176.

Lot Essay

Ernest Barker specialized in the painting of flowers and garden birds in the style of early Worcester. He also trained under H. Davis painting sheep.

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