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Pair of 1st Period Worcester Floral Decorated Plates

England Ca. 1765

Richly decorated 1st period Worcester plates. The center with three floral sprays (one with an arrow, a second with a bow) surrounding a circular reserve similarly decorated. The rim has a deep blue border with intricate heavy gold patterns. The underside with the under-glaze blue crescent mark.

Price

$1,350

Condition

Excellent condition except for some minute glaze scratches and moderate rubbing to the gold line on the extreme edge.

Measurements

Diameter: 8.75"

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