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painted in the famille verte palette with four lappet-shaped panels showing mythical beasts alternating with flowering vases on tables.
Bengal Tiger was one of the most sought after designs in 18th and early 19th century, England.
First made in England by Worcester the pattern is an exotic chinoiserie interpretation of Chinese export porcelains. In the Regency period it was known as the "Dragon in Compartments" or "Kylin in Compartments" pattern.
The platter is marked on the reverse in iron red with "Chamberlains Worcester" and "75."
We also have in stock in this pattern a soup tureen, a large punch bowl, several other platters, dinner and dessert dishes, deep dishes, several square shaped and a single heart shaped dish.
|External Height||4.00 cm||(1.57 inches)|
|External Width||42.00 cm||(16.54 inches)|
|External Depth||31.00 cm||(12.20 inches)|
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