with entwined handle, decorated with ‘scolopendrium’ leaves alternating with flower spays.
Diam. 5¼ 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.
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