A Rare 18th Century Worcester Tea Cup & Saucer From The Bathurst Service
A Rare 18th Century Worcester Tea Cup & Saucer From The Bathurst Service
A Rare 18th Century Worcester Tea Cup & Saucer From The Bathurst Service
A Rare 18th Century Worcester Tea Cup & Saucer From The Bathurst Service
A Rare 18th Century Worcester Tea Cup & Saucer From The Bathurst Service
A Rare 18th Century Worcester Tea Cup & Saucer From The Bathurst Service
A Rare 18th Century Worcester Tea Cup & Saucer From The Bathurst Service
A Rare 18th Century Worcester Tea Cup & Saucer From The Bathurst Service
A Rare 18th Century Worcester Tea Cup & Saucer From The Bathurst Service
A Rare 18th Century Worcester Tea Cup & Saucer From The Bathurst Service
A Rare 18th Century Worcester Tea Cup & Saucer From The Bathurst Service
A Rare 18th Century Worcester Tea Cup & Saucer From The Bathurst Service
A Rare 18th Century Worcester Tea Cup & Saucer From The Bathurst Service
A Rare 18th Century Worcester Tea Cup & Saucer From The Bathurst Service
A Rare 18th Century Worcester Tea Cup & Saucer From The Bathurst Service
A Rare 18th Century Worcester Tea Cup & Saucer From The Bathurst Service

A Rare 18th Century Worcester Tea Cup & Saucer From The Bathurst Service

1768 to 1770 England

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A Rare 18th Century Worcester Tea Cup & Saucer by James Giles From The Bathurst Service

From a single service; painted with a sky blue enamel border, less green than the more common bleu celeste, outlined with gilt scrolling, the cup and saucer decorated with mix of flowers including heartsease, forget-me-nots, roses, auricula, scarlet pimpernels and a divergent purple tulip, the interior of the cup with a convolvulus, the handle with graduated gilded dots.

Saucer diameter 13 cm
Cup Height 4.7 cm

Excellent
Footnotes: This rare coloured ground differs from the usual Giles turquoise or blue celeste colour. It is recorded on only a single service, known as The Bathurst Service. For a cup and saucer see Stephen Hanscombe, James Giles China and Glass Painter (2005), fig. 17
Medium
Porcelain
Signed/Inscribed
Both pieces marked with blue crossed swords, number 9 and a dot
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