11 - 12 July 2006
This lot is offered without a reserve
TWO LIVERPOOL (WILLIAM REID, WILLIAM BALL AND JAMES PENNINGTON AT BROWNLOW HILL) AND FOUR WORCESTER PORCELAIN BLUE AND WHITE BOWLS,
BLUE CRESCENT MARKS TO EACH, CIRCA 1755-1767 AND 1775 RESPECTIVELY,
the Liverpool examples similarly painted with Chinoiserie landscape vignettes beneath the same fretwork border; three Worcester bowls printed with loose bouquets, the forth in the 'Floral Queen's Pattern'
The largest: 10in. (25.3cm.) diameter (6)
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Cf. Bernard M. Watney, Liverpool Porcelain of the Eighteenth Century, London, 1997, p. 65 and Geoffrey A. Godden, Caughley & Worcester Porcelains 1775-1800, London 1969, fig. 290A.
This lot is offered without reserve.
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