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One of the Royal Worcester specialities was the highly sought after painted fruit on porcelain. The tradition originated with the painter Octar H. Copson, who in 1880 painted a plaque commissioned by a local farmer to commemorate the introduction of the Pershore plum. The beauty of Royal Worcester fruit painted porcelain can only be achieved thanks to the enormous skill of the Worcester.
A Royal Worcester vase and cover painted with fruit and blossom by E Townsend and enriched in gold mark in blue 6 5 in S.
A Royal Worcester porcelain tazza painted with fruit by T Lockyer, c.1925, of oval pedestal form decorated with a gilt gadrooned and shell moulded border, signed, printed marks, 32cm long.
Royal Worcester painted fruit pot pourri vase and cover A good Royal Worcester painted fruit pot pourri vase and cover by J Reed. This is the larger of the two sizes available in this shape and is in excellent original condition, no damages or restoration. the 2 tone gilding all original and excellent.
The beauty of Royal Worcester fruit painted porcelain can only be achieved thanks to the varied skills that the fruit painters and craftsmen possess. It is believed that Worcester artist Octar H. Copson, was the first to paint Worcester Fruit. He painted a large plaque commissioned by a local farmer to celebrate the introduction of the pershore plum in 1880. Modern painters can train for up.
Aug 3, 2017 - Royal Worcester Hand Painted Fruit Two Handled Pot Pourri Signed Freeman. Aug 3, 2017 - Royal Worcester Hand Painted Fruit Two Handled Pot Pourri Signed Freeman. Stay safe and healthy. Please wash your hands and practise social distancing. Check out our resources for adapting to these times. Dismiss Visit.
Therefore, it was a natural progression that Royal Worcester artists should develop the same skills. Within the Evesham Gold design apples, pears, cherries, damsons and blackberries are just a few of the colourful fruit sprays. The original painted fruit sprays were painted by Professor Baker, Ronald Van Ruyckevelt, Peter Ewence and others in the Royal Worcester Design department.