Worcester Porcelain Dessert Service

  • This porcelain dessert service was crafted by Flight, Barr and Barr Royal Worcester
  • The service is cmprised of forty-one masterfully crafted pieces
  • Each piece boasts gilt gadrooned rims, while some are further decorated with topographical scenes
  • The service hails from the estate of the late Viscount Camrose
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Item No. 28-845

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This exceptional porcelain dessert service was crafted by the Flight, Barr and Barr Royal Worcester porcelain manufactory. Comprised of forty-one masterfully crafted pieces, the service is distinguished by its richly-gilt gadrooned rims, as well as the intricately hand painting topographical scenes that grace the body of a number of dishes. The service also boasts two charmingly formed campana-shaped ice pails lavishly decorated with floral bouquets, landscape scenes, and opulent gilt C-scroll handles. Displaying the mix of classic tastes and rococo flair for which Flight, Barr and Barr Worcester porcelain is renowned, this set is as perfect for display as it is for a table setting.Impressed and printed Worcester marks

Circa 1820

The service is comprised of:
A pair of ice pails with covers and liners
A pair of oviform two-handled sauce-tureens and covers
Twenty-three plates
An octafoil center dish
Four lozenge-shaped dishes
Four shaped square dishes
Four shell-shaped dishes
And one plate

Provenance:
Estate of the late Viscount Camrose

References:
The Dictionary of Worcester Porcelain: Volume I, 1993, J. Sandon
This extraordinary porcelain dessert service was crafted by the renowned Royal Worcester manufactory
Maker: Worcester
Period: 19th Century
Origin: England
Type: Dinner Service
Depth: 9.25
Width: 9.25
Height: 14.0

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