18th Century Worcester Porcelain Teabowl and Saucer, Singing Lesson Print.

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Description

18th Century Worcester Porcelain Teabowl and Saucer, Singing Lesson Print. 

The teabowl on foot, with slender black bands to rim interior of teabowl and toward rim on saucer, enclosing a delicate print of Robert Hancock's Singing Lesson. The print after an illustration by Boitard. The teabowl verso with a print of a neoclassical ruin. 

Unmarked. 

Circa 1765. 

1 5/8" H. x 2 7/8" Diameter, the teabowl. 7/8" H. x 4 3/4" Diameter. 

Condition: 1/4" rim chip to saucer terminating in a hairline crack, at 5 o'clock, to the saucer. Dot of frit, 2 o'clock. The area of the teabowl above the lady singer and near the tree, at the rim, slightly rough

Provenance: Great American Collective, 1994

Robin Henry Ceramic Collection, New York.

Collection #8.