A Derby porcelain Garniture
A Derby porcelain Garniture
A Derby porcelain Garniture
A Derby porcelain Garniture
A Derby porcelain Garniture

A Derby porcelain Garniture

c. 1825 England

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An early 19th century Derby porcelain garniture comprising three elaborately serpentine bombe shaped bough pots with pierced covers. All finely painted with panels depicting colorful sprays of summer flowers, edged with rich gilding and standing on scrolled gilded feet.

Painted by Edwin Steele. Each with a potters mark for Isaac Farnsworth and red number 18 for the gilder, John Moscrop. Incised 67 on two of the pots and 1 with 76. This suggests that 76 was originally intended to have a different gilding pattern but was used to be decorated and gilded to match type 67 to complete the set.

Red Factory mark: Crown and crossed battons
Good condition
Dimensions
Height 5.00 inch (12.70 cm)
Medium
Porcelain
Signed/Inscribed
1825
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