Ashmolean Museum Oxford
This Worcester tin plate with a gold gilt strip design is a beautiful reproduction of a saucer design from the Worcester Porcelain Factory, which is on display at the Ashmolean.
This product adds a sense of traditional sophistication to any household with its meticulous design and vibrant hues. It is both sturdy and lightweight, making it an ideal decorative accent.
The Worcester Porcelain Factory is one of the earliest, and longest lasting, English porcelain enterprises.
Credit: Coffee cup and saucer, Worcester, England 1775. Steatitic porcelain. (WA19188.8.131.52)
Materials: Enamelled tin
Dimensions: 26cm diameter
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