A fine early Worcester porcelain Tea Bowl c.1755-65 decorated with the 'Landslip Pattern.' This carefully painted underglaze blue pattern was inspired by Chinese porcelain. The design features a landscape with chrysanthemums and a willo tree and includes distictive features of a pavilionn on a rocky outcrop appearing as if it is sliding dramatically downhill. The pattern number I.D.21 in Branyan, Fench and Sandon, was used on teawares from c.1755 for about ten years.
Workmans mark in blue to the base
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