27 October 2015
A GROUP OF WORCESTER PORCELAIN BLUE-PAINTED CHINOISERIE TABLEWARES
CIRCA 1755-65, THREE WITH BLUE CRESCENT MARKS, THE CREAM-JUG WITH A BLUE W MARK
Comprising: a tankard with bearded scholars before a willow tree; a butter-tub with landscapes within molded rocaille cartouches; a cream-jug in the 'Long Eliza' pattern; a 'Mansfield pattern' teapot and cover and hot-milk jug and cover; together with a similar Caughley sugar-bowl and cover
5 in. (12.7 cm.) high, the tankard
Gift of Paul B. Zeisler Jr., 1967 (the tankard and butter-tub).
Gift of Alfred Duane Pell, 1902 (the cream-jug, teapot, hot-milk jug and cover).
Anonymous Gift, in memory of Edna L. Chobot, 1970 (the sugar-bowl).
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