Rare Worcester scolopendrium cup and saucer

Rare Worcester scolopendrium cup and saucer



with entwined handle, decorated with ‘scolopendrium’ leaves alternating with flower spays.
c.1768-70
Diam. 5ΒΌ inches
Provenance: The DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum, Colonial Williamsburg.
Scolopendrium moulding was first used at Chelsea in the late 1740’s
See ‘The Dictionary of Worcester Porcelain’ by John Sandon, page 305.

Stock number: 9608.