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By Royal Worcester (British, founded 1750)
Crafted from ivory-coloured porcelain painted with delicate floral sprays, this ewer by Royal Worcester is a truly beautiful example of late 19th century English Japonisme.
This wonderful porcelain ewer is by the English firm Royal Worcester. The ewer is crafted in the Japonisme style, its form and the floral decoration adorning its body being drawn from Japanese art and design. The ewer features a bulbous body above a circular parcel gilt foot, and a tapering neck rising to a shaped mouth. The handle, which attaches to the shoulder of the ewer and the top of the neck, is ornately formed, and is coloured in imitation of bronze. The ivory-coloured porcelain body is finished with a series of chevron-like marks, which catch the light and lend a sense of depth to the surface. The body of the ewer is painted with parcel gilt floral sprays, the sprays painted in a delicate, sketchy manner and coloured with subtle pinks and greens.
The underside of the vase is marked for Royal Worcester and is partially drilled.
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