English Derby Porcelain Centerpiece, Early 19th Century 'circa 1784-1820'
Hand-painted Derby porcelain, jar with lid, gilded, signed and dated The Warwick vase was a popular shape during the early 19th century in Europe. Widely copied in decorative arts. This impressive and attractive piece is hand-painted with panels of different flowers against a white background. Royal Crown Derby, was known for its production of high-quality wares. The jar is signed on the bottom with a mark and the letter “D” for the era from 1784 through 1820.he porcelain inner bowl is very rare for this type of Derby porcelain Measures: Height 33 cm, diameter 32 cm Height of bowl 10 cm, diameter of liner 21.5 cm.
Size:H 13 in. x Dm 12.6 in., H 33 cm x Dm 32 cm
Place of Origin: England
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