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A Worcester part dessert-service of Lord Henry Thynne type

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Description: 

A Worcester part dessert-service of Lord Henry Thynne type, painted with figures in wooded landscapes within turquoise husk cartouches, the borders with groups of fruit and scattered insects beneath a blue band gilt with foliage and diaper-pattern, comprising: Two bucket-shaped ice-pails, covers and liners (both liners damaged, one cover chipped) Two quatrefoil sauce-tureens, covers, stands and ladles (one tureen extensively restored) A quatrefoil centre dish Four kidney-shaped dishes (one rim damaged) Four square dishes Two fluted oval dishes Four fluted circular dishes Four quatrefoil dishes Twenty plates - blue crescent marks

ID:  11215

THIS ARTWORK IS LOCATED IN:

Buckinghamshire

This item is on loan to Waddesdon Manor, details of opening times can be found at the attached link.