A Fine English Regency Porcelain Dessert Service, Coalport factory, Circa 1820-35. - Earle D. Vandekar - For Sale
A Fine English Regency Porcelain Dessert Service, Coalport factory, Circa 1820-35. - Earle D. Vandekar
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A Fine English Porcelain Dessert Service, John Rose & Co, Coalport, Circa 1820-35. This superb Regency period porcelain service is of the finest quality in terms of the porcelain itself and the decoration; each shape is particularly well designed with a distinctive shape. ; The centre of each piece has a floral design based upon Chinese Export famille rose with pink and yellow flowers swirling across the space with the use of a distinctive aqua blue. ;The crimped rims have a wide border pattern alternating between a mazarine blue reverse flower-head design with a cracked ice gilt decoration and a diaper pattern on a yellow ground with flower-heads issuing forth. The service consists of the following thirty nine pieces: One Tazza Two circular sauce tureens and covers Four oval dishes Four shell dishes Three rectangular dishes Twenty five plates (Three plates with repaired frits to rim, the tazza rubbed, one sauce tureen small crack, one shell-shaped dish with hairline to rim.) Reference: ;Although this dessert service is unmarked we own a tea service with the same pattern and design. ;This service was marked with WT/ English porcelain (within a scrolled panel) and IR & Co. below ;This mark was used by John Rose, Coalport. ;See Geoffrey Godden''s Encylopaedia of British Porcelain Manufacturers, ;page 669 for similar mark lower centre right.