Royal Worcester Aesthetic Period Japonesque Style Porcelain Lotus Flow

Royal Worcester Aesthetic Period Japonesque Style Porcelain Lotus Flow

Code: CE22135

Dimensions:

W: 20cm (7.9")H: 13cm (5.1")D: 17.5cm (6.9")

£565.00 Approx $716.1, €661.59

A fine and unusual antique Aesthetic Period Oriental pattern Lotus flower shaped porcelain bowl by Royal Worcester and dating from around 1875. The bowl of rounded shape is modelled as an open Lotus Flower raised on an open work intertwined stem and leaf shaped base with foliage. The bowl is hand painted in tones of blue on a white ground, the inner bowl with a stork in flight with flowering stems and bamboo shoots. The bowl has an impressed Royal Worcester mark for the year 1875.

Royal Worcester’s Art Director Richard Binns of the Kerr Binns era encouraged Japanese style designs championed by Oscar Wilde. Arthur Liberty opened his shop in Regent Street, London in 1875 and sold Aesthetic design Royal Worcester pieces to his eager clientele.

In good condition.


Origin : England
Maker : Kerr & Binns Worcester
Manufacture Date : Circa 1875
Materials : Porcelain