A late 18thc Derby jug hand painted in the manner of Edward Withers c.1775-80

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

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    A fine example of a large Derby jug (c.1775-80), almost certainly painted by Edward Withers, who was regarded, by some, as the best flower painter in the ceramics business. Jugs at Derby were largely utilitarian pieces, but the best examples, such as this, would have decoration equivalent to the best pieces.
    In very good antique condition.  There are some minor issues: a star crack and some filled footrim chips to the base of the jug. The glaze has run in places on the side of the jug and the painter has disguised the fact by painting over.
    18cm tall 

    Ref: 2CXA05OIG6

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

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