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$ 3,750

First Period Worcester Porcelain Large Pair of Fruit Baskets- Pine Cone Pattern

Origin England
Period 18th Century
Materials porcelain
H. 2.75 in; Diam. 10.5 in;
H. 6.99 cm; Diam. 26.67 cm;
Condition Good. Excellent
Creation Date 1770-75
Number of Pieces 2-3
Description First Period Worcester Porcelain Large Pair of Openwork Fruit Baskets,
Printed Pine Cone Pattern,
Circa 1770-75.
(Ref: NY9024-nnim)

The large reticulated baskets are decorated with the printed underglaze blue Pine Cone pattern in the central well. The rim with a blue cell band (referenced by The Gardiner as delft style 76). The border with oval and urn-shaped large cutouts. The sides are reticulated with a design of overlapping rings. On the exterior blue florets at each intersection.

These baskets are particularly large.

Dimensions: Diameter 10 1/2 inches x 2 3/4 inches high

Marks: One with a shaped blue crescent

Reference: The Gardiner Museum, Toronto, Canada, Object # G99.3.39 for a slightly smaller example of this shape described as "Large round twig fruit basket". It is mentioned that the form is after a Meissen or Chelsea prototype.
Styles / Movements George III, Traditional
Patterns Florals/Botanical
Dealer Reference Number NY9024-nnim
Incollect Reference Number 404269
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