[i] Dawson, Aileen. 2009. The art of Worcester porcelain, 1751-1788: masterpieces from the British Museum collection. Hanover, N.H.: University Press of New England.p.160

" /> Printed British Pottery & Porcelain | Plate
Collection of Winterthur Museum

Shape Type: Breakfast & Tea Wares

Pattern Type: Genre Scenes

Date: c. 1755-1770


  • Diameter: 4.80 in (12.192 cm)

Maker: Worcester

Engraver: Robert Hancock

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This soft-paste porcelain saucer is printed  in black with a pattern, commonly known as the Tea Party. It is one of the most commonly seen prints on Worcester porcelain and occurs in  three main versions, this design  has been designated Tea Party No. 2.   The 'Tea Party' series of prints may be found on other ceramics. It is suggested that the source of the print can be...