No Image Available

Please enter a quantity.


18th Century Worcester Porcelain Pencilled Cup and Saucer.

The bell-shaped cup with wishbone handle, both the cup and saucer "pencilled" in black enamel with Chinese motifs enclosed by ribbon ties; floral sprigs and butterflies, under a floral scroll border. 


Circa 1757-1760.

Cup height 3 3/8" H., approximate height; the saucer 4 5/8" Diameter. 

(Both articles with shallow chips filled). 


Albert Amor Antiques, London. 

Billie Pain, as sold per The Billie Pain Collection, Bonham's Auctioneers, London, 

November 23, 2003, lot 128.

Robin Henry Ceramic Collection, New York.

Collection #81. 

Parallels: H. Rissik Marhsal, Coloured Worcester Porcelain (Ceramic Book Co.: Newport, Monmouthshire, England: 1954), plate 10, figure 168, illustrated a similar saucer dish. 

Exhibited: Dreweatt Neate: "Worcester Porcelain," Dyson Perrins Exhibition, 1995, no. 81. 

Albert Amor, "Worcester Porcelain, 1751 - 2001,"  no. 50.