A tall pair of Chamberlain Worcester porcelain vases and covers, typical of the 1840's. Finely decorated with panels of summer flowers, chased gilding and 'fancy birds' in landscapes with an underglaze blue ground, richly gilded and decorated with white 'jewels'. Written script mark 'Chamberlain Worcester' inside the lids.
See Geoffrey Godden's book on Chamberlain Worcester for a similar vase which is illustrated on page 305.
Condition: Very good with the exception that one of the cherub heads has been restored and there are some minor chips around the bases.
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