1860-80's Chinoiserie Porcelain 3 Piece Cup Saucer Plate Gilded Set
#AD219: 1880's Victorian Chinoiserie Porcelain Trio
This is a beautiful trio of 3 oriental themed pieces in excellent clean condition with no chips, cracks or repairs. This unmarked Victorian era set was found with a years old personal handwritten sticker on the reverse. It stated that it was a "George Jones & Son" pattern, although we do not know if this is true, nor the pattern name? It is unmarked.
After 1891, English wares were to be marked with the country of export. This leads us to the general 1860-80's era in our identification here. The pattern has tiny oriental grapes and a grapevine transferware motif, with broad swatches of beautiful hand painted color red and blue swatches and gold gilding. See our close up shots, including a peek into the tiny grapes on teapot bottom. It is similar in nature to the George Jones Lilium pattern, with browns, greens, fuschia, blues, and leaves & stems.
It was found in Totnes, Devon, England. It consists of a teacup, saucer and cake plate, all in fine porcelain. There are no chips, cracks or repairs and the 3 pieces are in beautiful condition. It has no markings other than a 6930 tally mark handwritten on reverse by potter or artist. Click images to see condition in close up views.
Size: Teacup 3 inches, Saucer 5.5 inches, Cake plate 7.25 inches, all in diameter
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