Exhibition of first period Worcester porcelain, 1751-1784.
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Published by Albert Amor Ltd. in London .
Written in English


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Other titlesWorcester porcelain, 1751-1784
ContributionsAlbert Amor Ltd.
The Physical Object
Pagination[56] p. :
Number of Pages56
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18664430M

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Royal Worcester was established in and is believed to be the oldest or second oldest remaining English porcelain brand still in existence today (this is disputed by Royal Crown Derby, which claims as its year of establishment).Part of the Portmeirion Group since , Royal Worcester remains in the luxury tableware and giftware market, although production in Worcester itself has : Porcelain ceramics. Coloured Worcester Porcelain of the first period () Request an Image "The book is divided into two parts. In Part I the author writes upon certain aspects which have interested him and attempts, largely by borrowing from other authors and researchers, to give a clear and up-to-date accunt of the existing knowledge of, and views. First Period Worcester Fan Panelled Landscape Dessert Plate For a similar and more extensive variant on a lobed edged plate See Worcester Blue and White Porcelain - Branyan L, French N and Sandon J Page plate IB The Museum Shop and our Online Shop stocks a selection of books on Worcester Porcelain. First period Dr Wall. The Illustrated Guide to Worcester Porcelain – H Sandon Chapters on Warmstry House and site excavations, the founding of the Worcester company, checklist of shapes, wares produced. Out of print.

Significant dates in Royal Worcester Porcelain history. — Dr Wall and 14 partners found the first worcester porcelain factory. — Rival business of Benjamin Lund in Bristol was purchased. — Worcester opens its first showroom in Aldersgate Street, London. — Worcester’s Robert Hancock invents printing on porcelain. 18th century Worcester porcelain history. The Worcester porcelain works were founded at Warmstry House in by a group of 15 parties. Dr Wall, who was a surgeon by trade, was a key founding member and the early ware took their name from him. Choose from 47 Antique Worcester First Period For Sale - priced from £ to £3, Only Genuine Antique Worcester First Period Approved for sale on A century of potting in the city of Worcester, being the history of the Royal Porcelain Works, from to , to which is added a short account of the Celtic, Roman, and mediæval pottery of Worcestershire by Richard William Binns (Book).

The two examples of First Period Worcester porcelain illustrated here were both decorated outside the factory in the London workshop of James Giles. There had been independent German and Dutch decorators of oriental and European porcelain working for fifty years prior to such work on Worcester wares, so this was certainly nothing new by the 's. Worcester First Period. Worcester is the most widely collected of 18th century English porcelain factories. The period from the factory’s foundation in to , when it was acquired by Thomas Flight, is known as the First Period or the Dr Wall period after one of the original partners, Dr John Wall. Anne Crane. £ $ € Flight Period Worcester Porcelain Shanked Trio The Fancy Fox £ $ € First Period Worcester Feather Moulded Floral Bowl The Fancy Fox £ $ € Rare First Period Worcester Coffee Cup & Saucer The Fancy Fox £ $ € Worcester Candle Snuffer Jenny Lind "Confidence" Sylvie Collett - Sewantiques. Advertising Architectural & Salvage Art Barometers Beds Bookcases Books Boxes Bureau Cabinets Ceramics Chairs Chest of Drawers Chests Clocks Coins & Banknotes Cupboards Cups Desks Dressers Dressing Tables Fireplaces & Fireplace Accessories Furniture Garden First Period Worcester Porcelain Blue & White Junket Salad Bowl C £ €.