ca. 1780 (made) Artist/maker Royal Worcester (manufacturer) Materials and Techniques Porcelain painted with overglaze blue enamel and gilded Dimensions Height: 11.1 cm, Diameter: 12.1 cm Object history note Purchased by Lady Charlotte Schreiber from Wells & Lamb, London, for £1 in December 1871 Descriptive line Teapot and cover of porcelain painted with overglaze blue enamel and gilded, made by Worcester porcelain factory, Worcester, ca. 1780.
WORCESTER ?HOP TRELLIS? TEAPOT AND STAND, C.1770-75 of fluted barrel form, painted with alternating panels of green leaves with red berries and purple foliage between lilac and turquoise ground borders embellished with gilding, finial chip, height 5.5"" ? 14 cm., diameter 5.9"" ? 15 cm. Provenance: Label with D.M. & P. Manheim, New York Note: A member of the Sèvres style ?Hop Trellis? family, this variant is sometimes known as ?Holly Berry?
A WORCESTER OR CHRISTIAN LIVERPOOL FACETTED TEAPOT AND : Lot 1217 A WORCESTER OR CHRISTIAN LIVERPOOL FACETTED TEAPOT AND COVER painted with the Beckoning Chinaman pattern. The pattern and shape was made at both Worcester and Liverpool but a great rarity from either factory.