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Worcester Hancock Antique English Pottery 3 Graces h/painted Charger C.19thC
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Worcester Hancock Antique English Pottery 3 Graces h/painted Charger C.19thC

Worcester Hancock Antique English Pottery 3 Graces h/painted Charger C.19thC

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bartolozzi : [Italian artist]
cupid : [angels]
antique cupid : [antique angels]
arts and crafts : [classics]
antique royal worcester : [antique hancock]
Hancock : [three graces]
antique Worcester : [collectibles]
Style : [Victorian]
Colour : [Red]
Boxed/ Unboxed : [Unboxed]
Date : [c.1840-c.1900]
Original/Reproduction : [Antique Original]
Manufacturer/ Type : [Royal Worcester]
Product Type : [Charger / Plaque]
Use : [Decorative]
Sub-Type : [British]
Material : [Earthenware]
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TrueGether Antique English Pottery : Worcester / Hancock hand painted Charger - C. 19th century An unique (one off) Victorian hand painted Charger / Wall Plate by Worcester / Hancock produced for the Art Pottery Exhibition of 1879 (London) bearing the retailers label of Howell & James. Hand painted by E.L. Downes from an engraving by Bartolozzi of Cupid and the three Graces A lovely unusual item Circa: 1879 Printed: Worcester / Hancock mark and Exhibition Label 12.25 inches (31.5cm) dia Good Antique Condition Large heavy item - pick up welcome NW6 / London - we always automatically refund any excess shipping charged Bartolozzi was born in Florence. He was originally destined to follow the profession of his father, a gold- and silver-smith, but he manifested so much skill and taste in designing that he was placed under the supervision of two Florentine artists, including Ignazio Hugford and Giovanni Domenico Ferretti who instructed him in painting. After devoting three years to that art, he went to Venice and studied engraving. He particularly admired the work of Joseph Wagner.oto gallery click to enlarge