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Antique collectible Royal Worcester Cabinet Plate Artist Signed

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Decorative plates for collectors : antique Royal Worcester service plates, still life hand painted signed William Bagnall*.

Outstanding set of 8 early 20th century Royal Worcester bone china service plates with wide mottled cobalt borders decorated in a profuse display of gilt tracery, expressly made for Ovington Bros New York. The center of each plate is hand painted with still life in amazing detail, each signed by the artist. The plates are a worthy assortment for cabinet display.

The price indicated is for one plate, the total number of plates in the set is 8. Possibility to purchase one plate, several or all the set.

MAKER: Royal Worcester
PLACE OF ORIGIN: United Kingdom
DATE OF MANUFACTURE: 1920
MATERIALS AND TECHNIQUES: Porcelain, gold overlay, hand painted polychrome enamels
MATERIALS NOTES: Hard paste porcelain with gold overlay and hand painted polychrome enamels.
CONDITION: Excellent
DIAMETER: 19.1 in. (23 cm)

* Throughout the history of Royal Worcester there have been many highly skilled artists but at no time was this more evident than with the talented and exciting group of painters assembled there in the 1920s.

The likes of Reginald (Harry) Austin and his brother Walter Austin, Harry Ayrton and William Bagnall, John Freeman and Thomas Lockyer, George Moseley, William Bee, Horace Price, William Ricketts and the superb Richard Sebright, together with Shuck, Townsend and Twilton, provided the Royal Worcester fruits department with a pool of extraordinary talent.

All that talent was place under the foremanship of the renowned William Hawkins, and has not been matched at any other time or by any other porcelain works since.

William Bagnall was another of the Terrible Seven apprentices. He started at Royal Worcester in 1918 and became a fine fruit painter and a master of still life.
(source http://antique-marks.com/royal-worcester-fruit.html)

Due to the nature of antique and vintage items, all sales are final. If you are unsure about an item and need additional photos or have any questions, please notify us prior to making your purchase.
Decorative plates for collectors : antique Royal Worcester service plates, still life hand painted signed William Bagnall*.

Outstanding set of 8 early 20th century Royal Worcester bone china service plates with wide mottled cobalt borders decorated in a profuse display of gilt tracery, expressly made for Ovington Bros New York. The center of each plate is hand painted with still life in amazing detail, each signed by the artist. The plates are a worthy assortment for cabinet display.

The price indicated is for one plate, the total number of plates in the set is 8. Possibility to purchase one plate, several or all the set.

MAKER: Royal Worcester
PLACE OF ORIGIN: United Kingdom
DATE OF MANUFACTURE: 1920
MATERIALS AND TECHNIQUES: Porcelain, gold overlay, hand painted polychrome enamels
MATERIALS NOTES: Hard paste porcelain with gold overlay and hand painted polychrome enamels.
CONDITION: Excellent
DIAMETER: 19.1 in. (23 cm)

* Throughout the history of Royal Worcester there have been many highly skilled artists but at no time was this more evident than with the talented and exciting group of painters assembled there in the 1920s.

The likes of Reginald (Harry) Austin and his brother Walter Austin, Harry Ayrton and William Bagnall, John Freeman and Thomas Lockyer, George Moseley, William Bee, Horace Price, William Ricketts and the superb Richard Sebright, together with Shuck, Townsend and Twilton, provided the Royal Worcester fruits department with a pool of extraordinary talent.

All that talent was place under the foremanship of the renowned William Hawkins, and has not been matched at any other time or by any other porcelain works since.

William Bagnall was another of the Terrible Seven apprentices. He started at Royal Worcester in 1918 and became a fine fruit painter and a master of still life.
(source http://antique-marks.com/royal-worcester-fruit.html)

Due to the nature of antique and vintage items, all sales are final. If you are unsure about an item and need additional photos or have any questions, please notify us prior to making your purchase.

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Reviewed by Dani Zubrik
5 out of 5 stars
Nov 7, 2017
Seller helped with a difficult situation, and the cutlery set is STUNNING!
Silver plate flatware set of 24 pieces by Oneida Ltd Old South pattern

Reviewed by sparks2769
5 out of 5 stars
May 16, 2017
The condition of the items is very good as described. Packing was well done, so the items arrived safely. Thank you.
Bread & Butter and saucer Plate in Golden Rose by Royal Chelsea

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Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1920s
  • Materials: english fine porcelain, Hard paste porcelain, gold overlay, polychrome enamels, hand painted polychrome enamels, still life Hand Painted, mottled cobalt borders
  • Feedback: 3 reviews
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