Dursley porcelain dinner service painted by James Skerrett

By Dursley (British, founded 20th Century) | Skerrett, James (British, b. 1954)


This Dursley porcelain service features illustrations of ripe bunches of peaches, plums, and berries hand painted by the English artist James Skerrett.


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This extensive Dursley porcelain dinner service is hand painted by the British artist James Skerrett. The service is comprised of two large lidded tureens, a large oval platter, and a service of large, medium, and small plates, in addition to soup bowls, a sauce boat, salt and pepper pots, napkin rings, and a table bell. The porcelain is beautifully painted by Skerrett with bunches of ripe fruit. The colour scheme incorporates the rich tones of the fruit in addition to beautiful sky-blue banding and gilt edges and borders.

The pieces are marked underside ‘Bone China / DFP / Dursley Fine Porcelain / Made in England / Handpainted by James Skerrett’. The painted images on the porcelain are signed ‘J. Skerrett’.

Tureen: Height 12cm, width 31cm, depth 20cm
Small plate: Height 2cm, diameter 16cm


Artist / Maker
By Dursley (British, founded 20th Century), Skerrett, James (British, b. 1954)
Country of Origin
Date of Manufacture
Late 20th Century
20th Century
Gilt, Porcelain
Blue, Gold, Multi-coloured, White


12 cm / 4.7 inches
31 cm / 12.2 inches
20 cm / 7.9 inches


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