New York, East
19 January 1999
A WORCESTER BLUE-GROUND IMARI WASTE-BOWL
Circa 1770, blue pseudo-Chinese character mark
Painted in the 'Old Mosaick Japan' pattern; together with a Worcester 'Quail' pattern saucer; a Worcester blue and white cream-jug painted with flowers; a Mason's ironstone green-ground Chinoiserie vegetable dish and cover, puce printed mark, pattern no. B8931; and a Derby (Stevenson & Hancock) pot-pourri
6in. (16.5cm.) diam., the waste-bowl (5)
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The cream-jug is most likely Lowestoft porcelain, the number 5 by tradition is attributed to Robert Allen, mananger circa 1780.
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