A rare Worcester blue and white guglet c.1760-65

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A rare Worcester blue and white guglet c.1760-65, the pear-shaped body rising to a slender neck with bulbous knop and flared rim, painted with the Arabesque Panel Landscapes pattern, with shaped panels of Chinese figures in island settings reserved on a powder blue ground, blue square seal mark and open crescent mark, some damages, 29cm.

Provenance: The Godden Reference Collection W19; The Zorensky Collection Y.614; J W Goldsmith Collection.

Illustrated: Branyan, French and Sandon, Worcester Blue and White Porcelain, I.B.25, at which point it was the only recorded example of this pattern.