A Royal Worcester porcelain tall ewer, jug or pitcher with an aesthetic movement shape. This very attractive ewer stands 13 1/2 inches high and has a Persian style quilted or tile effect pattern over the cream body, gradually lengthening in shape as the pattern goes up the body and the long neck. The ornate naturalistic foliate handle twines around the body and the neck at both terminals, which are long and scrolling tendrils, giving a very pleasing decorative effect
This ewer made by Royal Worcester and bearing their standard printed mark in green on the base which includes the date letter V, for 1884. There are also impressed marks including the shape number 953 and potter's marks.
This is an extremely decorative and very attractive antique example of late 19th century Victorian porcelain from the famous Worcester Royal Porcelain Company manufactory, in Worcester, Worcestershire, England. The company is more often known as Royal Worcester.
This elegant piece has a little damage - there are two old restored chips at the foot rim and another at the tip of a heart shaped leaf on the front of the jug, please see the last two images. Despite this, the ewer displays well and is a great item for any collector and is a very decorative example from this highly regarded maker.
This is a stunning piece to add to any Worcester or porcelain collection and a beautiful display item.
Free UK postage - international postage at cost.
Height 13 3/8 inches ( 34.3 cm)
Diameter 6 1/2 inches (23 cm)
Weight 1201 grammes unpacked