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Royal Worcester Royal Worcester Palissy Preserve Dish & Spoon Royal Worcester Palissy Preserve Dish & Spoon
Palissy Preserve Dish & Spoon
 
The Palissy Pottery Ltd produced good quality domestic tableware, giftware and fancy earthenware. From 1958 under the influence of Royal Worcester designers, the Pottery produced high quality, attractively decorated earthenware that is probably under-appreciated today. Palissy’s ‘Game Birds’ series bears a remarkable resemblance to the Spode originals and some of the tea and coffee ware produced in the 1970s rank with those of Portmeirion and Hornsea as iconic designs of the period.
 
In 1958 Palissy Pottery Ltd. was bought by the Worcester Royal Porcelain Company. Various markings were used, but the words were not included in the factory mark until 1976 when Royal Worcester, Spode and Palissy came under common ownership. Manufacturing extremely high quality wares, Royal Worcester quickly became synonymous with high end porcelain pieces and successfully produced prestigious items for the upper classesThroughout its rich history Royal Worcester has had strong associations with art and artists. Often an artist would be employed to decorate the prestigious items Royal Worcester had created. Today the stunning Painted Fruit collection is hand painted by an artist
and etched with gold

 

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Royal Worcester Palissy Preserve Dish & Spoon

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Brand: Royal Worcester
Product Code: Preserve Dish & Spoon
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Palissy Preserve Dish & Spoon
 
The Palissy Pottery Ltd produced good quality domestic tableware, giftware and fancy earthenware. From 1958 under the influence of Royal Worcester designers, the Pottery produced high quality, attractively decorated earthenware that is probably under-appreciated today. Palissy’s ‘Game Birds’ series bears a remarkable resemblance to the Spode originals and some of the tea and coffee ware produced in the 1970s rank with those of Portmeirion and Hornsea as iconic designs of the period.
 
In 1958 Palissy Pottery Ltd. was bought by the Worcester Royal Porcelain Company. Various markings were used, but the words were not included in the factory mark until 1976 when Royal Worcester, Spode and Palissy came under common ownership. Manufacturing extremely high quality wares, Royal Worcester quickly became synonymous with high end porcelain pieces and successfully produced prestigious items for the upper classesThroughout its rich history Royal Worcester has had strong associations with art and artists. Often an artist would be employed to decorate the prestigious items Royal Worcester had created. Today the stunning Painted Fruit collection is hand painted by an artist
and etched with gold

 

Item Specifics
Condition excellent condition with no chips, cracks or restoration that we can see. Though listedand shown as coming boxed, the box is missing it`s clear plastic cover. Any white marks on the item are due to the use of a flash camera. Although we always try to describe our items as accurately as possible. There will be the odd occasion when a fault will be missed. Should you feel this is the case with your purchase, please email to allow us to try to resolve the problem. PLEASE VIEW PHOTO`S PROVIDED To confirm the condition of this item before bidding. Please remember these items are sold as used, and may have minor marks from general use. Please email if you require further information.
Manufacturer/ Type Royal Worcester
Sub-Type Palissy
Material Pottery
Product Type Preserve Dish & Spoon
Size 4.75" approx
Use Decorative/Tableware
Weight When Packaged 350g
Boxed / unboxed Boxed / unboxed
Product Details The Palissy Pottery Ltd produced good quality domestic tableware, giftware and fancy earthenware. From 1958 under the influence of Royal Worcester designers, the Pottery produced high quality, attractively decorated earthenware that is probably under-appreciated today. Palissy’s ‘Game Birds’ series bears a remarkable resemblance to the Spode originals and some of the tea and coffee ware produced in the 1970s rank with those of Portmeirion and Hornsea as iconic designs of the period.

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