Superb 10" Royal Worcester Hand Painted Signed Freeman Red & Gold Cabinet Plate
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Superb 10" Royal Worcester Hand Painted Signed Freeman Red & Gold Cabinet Plate:
AN AUTHENTIC ANTIQUE HAND PAINTED ARTIST SIGNED FREEMAN, MAGNIFICENT AND MEASURES 10" 1/2" IN DIAMETER, ROYAL
WORCESTER CABINET PLATE, DETAILED RICH RAISED PASTE ENAMEL GOLD AGAINST
CREAMY WHITE CENTER FLORAL STUDY WITH PINK FLOWERS, OTHER BLOSSOMS IN
GLOSSY COLOR AGAINST A PALE LIME TO APRICOT GRADIENT GROUND, IN
TRULY, EYE CANDY OF THE FIRST ORDER, A PLATE MADE FOR A QUEEN!
JUST FEAST YOUR EYES!
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a unique and truly gorgeous hand painted antique signed FREEMAN great
flower painter with Royal Worcester 10" 3/4" cabinet plate with a
glorious floral center, intricate lace gold brocade enamel etching on
rich scarlet red ground, and in excellent condition!
Freeman was an English porcelain painter who worked at the Royal Worcester Porcelain company as a young apprentice. Coloration is bright, This plate is dated 1956, it has a "W" and 6 dots date cypher. Freeman is rare to find! The color of the plate is unusual, a deep claret red, with lacy gold filigree, and the details are sumptuous!
PLATES OF THIS QUALITY listed on are quite rare, so
DO NOT MISS OUT!
The rich jewel enamel color flowers including a pink blossom, are simply so vivid, it looks like an oil painting on canvas! The gradient pale color background is soft and makes the flowers so ethereal!
TRULY FIT FOR ROYALTY~
SUPERB AND RARE TO FIND QUALITY WITH !
My photographs do not do
this plate justice, the gold is pure gleaming brilliance and just shines! This plate is also SIGNED BY THE ARTIST!
WHAT A RARE BEAUTY!
Worcester is world class, began production in the 18th century and like
other English makers like Coalport, Derby, Minton and Davenport, is
highly valued and collectible! Dr. John Wall, a physician, and William
Davis developed a unique method of producing porcelain and in 1751,
persuaded a group of other businessmen to invest in a new factory,
Worcester, England. Through the rest of the century, Worcester produced
quality porcelain. The Flight and Barr period followed, and Worcester
gained popularity and a reputation for producing luxury porcelains of
the finest order.
THIS PLATE IS IN EXCELLENT ANTIQUE CONDITION WITH NO DAMAGE THAT I CAN SEE OR FEEL!
THE PAINTING IS GLOSSY AND GORGEOUS!
DO NOT MISS OUT!
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