A striking small Worcester plate/shallow dish decorated in the “pavilion” pattern in imari colours of red, dark blue and green and joined with pale blue and pink, with gilded highlights depicting the side of a pavilion in the foreground and a tree in blossom to the side. The edge is divided into panels of varying oriental patterns. The reverse is unmarked and is further decorated with blue and red blossom branches. Reference: "Worcester Porcelain 1751-1790, The Zorensky Collection" by Spero and Sandon plate 275.
It measures 16cm (6 ¼”) wide and 2.5cm (7/8”) high.
Condition is very good with no damage restoration and appropriate light surface wear.
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