SIGNED CHAMBERLAIN'S WORCESTER DR. WALL DESSERT PLATE
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Finely detailed dessert service with a beautiful pattern of floral sprays. About 10" across and a quality piece. No damage and circa 1790. In 1783, Robert Chamberlain (c.1736 -98), head of the decorating department for Dr.John Wall at Warmstry House, left the company to start his own porcelain decorating business in King Street, Worcester. At first he bought blank undecorated porcelain from other factories such as Caughley in Shropshire, but by the late 1780's he was making his own wares at a new factory site in Severn Street, Diglis.
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