Lovely and unusual first period Worcester porcelain fig leaf dish with finely modelled vein decoration and painted in polychrome enamels with a pale green and yellow border and scattered garden flowers.
Provenance: the Zorensky collection as illustrated in Spero & Sandon, page 118, plate 85. It has lost it's collection sticker but you can see from the details it is the same dish.
It measures 19cm (7 3/8") long, 17cm (6 3/4") wide and 4cm (1 5/8") high.
Condition is excellent with no damage or restoration. Surface wear is light, just to a couple of tiny places on the rose. There is a small firing line along the side of the stalk and a few kiln dust dots.
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