Here we have a lovely and rare Chamberlain-Worcester Floral Bowl, impressed with CHAMBERLAIN WORCESTER into the body of the work. This Treasure measures 1.75 diameter and 1.75 inches deep. in good condition with little sign of wear. There are a few specks and fine even glazing in the finish AS TO BE EXPECTED in this period work.
Royal Worcester manufactures bone china and in particular porcelain.
Founded in Worcester, England, in 1751, the factory was established on the banks of the River Severn by a group of local businessmen, with the guidance of Dr John Wall, a physician. Dr Wall along with another of the group, apothecary William Davis, developed their method for producing porcelain. Dr Wall secured the sum of £4500 from the partners to establish the factory in Worcester and those original partnership deeds are still housed in the Museum of Worcester Porcelain.
additional images can be seen at our websyte ;
Antique Porcelain & Pottery