A botanical Chelsea sauceboat, with a stalk handle and four moulded feet, the interior painted with a large green leaf, and blue bell flowers, the exterior with bugs and strawberries, red anchor mark. c.1755, 16.5cm.
A SEVRES PORCELAIN BLEU LAPIS AND GREEN GROUND CUP AND SAUCER (GOBELET 'HERBERT' ET SOUCOUPE, 2EME GRANDEUR) CIRCA 1758, BLUE INTERLACED L'S MARK, THE CUP WITH TWO BLUE DOTS TO THE FOOTRIM LIKELY FOR THE GROUND PAINTER, INCISED CS AND T, THE SAUCER INCISED I
Vase and Cover Made by the Worcester porcelain factory, Worcester, England, 1751 - present Geography: Made in Worcester, England, Europe Date: c. 1770 Medium: Soft-paste porcelain with enamel and gilt decoration
Cotswolds Art & Antique Association: an exquisitely detailed 17th century jar from China, complete with a porcelain body and silver top.
A Chelsea Porcelain Strawberry Leaf Sauce Boat, Red Anchor period, circa 1756, moulded with naturalistic leaves and branches picked out in colours and painted with scattered flowersprays and sprigs, red anchor mark
A pair of Chelsea strawberry-moulded sauceboats, the interiors with botanical specimens, flowers and insects, the handles formed as stalks, red anchor marks. Both damaged and repaired. c.1754-56, 17cm. (2)
c. 1755-1756 Chelsea Porcelain Factory Sauceboat
Mid 18th Century Chelsea Red Anchor Stawberry Leaf Sauce Boat
Mid 18th Century Chelsea Red Anchor Stawberry Leaf Sauce Boat - The short lived Chelsea Factory (1744-1769) produced some of the finest examples produced in England in the 18th century. The molded and painted decoration is of the wild strawberry which grows in my own yard. The green twig form handle is set off by three flower heads, two of which dangle from a tendril of the little vine wrapped around the handle.