A c.1765-70 First Period Worcester mustard pot with lid in the "Mansfield" pattn

18th century
English style
From: LU5 6PL, Harlington, United Kingdom

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    A superb example of one of these rare items, attractively painted in the "Mansfield" pattern. Complex handle with thumb rest and foliate terminal. Cover with floral knop. These pieces were wet mustard pots and were made from 1765. The painted pattern is significantly rarer than the printed versions. Unusually, the cover is not indented for a spoon, but fits perfectly-so would appear to be the original.
    Crescent mark to base.
    In excellent antique condition. No apparent defects.
    9cm tall.
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    Ref: YV9UN2VTZV

    Style English style (Plates, Porcelain Services of English style Style)
    Century 18th century (Plates, Porcelain Services 18th century)
    Country of origin United Kingdom
    Artist First Period Worcester
    Height (cm) 9
    Materials Porcelain
    Shipping Time Ready to ship in 2-3 Business Days
    Location LU5 6PL, Harlington, United Kingdom

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