First Period  Worcester Blind Earl Sweetmeat Dish in the Rich Queen's Pattern
First Period  Worcester Blind Earl Sweetmeat Dish in the Rich Queen's Pattern
First Period  Worcester Blind Earl Sweetmeat Dish in the Rich Queen's Pattern
First Period  Worcester Blind Earl Sweetmeat Dish in the Rich Queen's Pattern
First Period  Worcester Blind Earl Sweetmeat Dish in the Rich Queen's Pattern
First Period  Worcester Blind Earl Sweetmeat Dish in the Rich Queen's Pattern

First Period Worcester "Blind Earl" Sweetmeat Dish in the "Rich Queen's" Pattern

c. 1765 England

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A mid 18th century Worcester "Blind Earl" dish with raised rosebuds painted in the lovely Rich Queen's pattern. Porcelain with raised rosebuds was named after the Earl of Coventry who lost his sight in a riding accident. He ordered a service with raised rosebuds so that he could feel the raised decoration.
Excellent: with very slight rubbing to the enamels
Dimensions
Diameter 14.00 cm (5.51 inches)
Medium
Porcelain
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