18th Century Worcester Porcelain Jug.

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18th Century Worcester Porcelain Jug, pencilled in black enamel with “Boy on Buffalo” pattern and molded with a sparrow beak. Grooved handle. 
Painter’s mark of x in a circle to underside.

Circa 1753.

3 5/8” H.

Professionally-restored 2” hairline from rim toward foot. I have removed the over-painting as it was showing signs of age, the white areas badly yellowed. The cement fix is quite sturdy and strong.

Parallels: Christie’s sold a similar example, November 2, 1998, lot 107.

Provenance: Jupiter Antiques, June 10, 1995.

Robin Henry ceramic Collection, New York, #23.

Alternate spelling: Penciled Pencilled