There are light scuffes, chips and stains due to age. There is image processing on the upper left of the first photo, and there is no chipping on the actual saucer.
British jewelery company holds a Royal Warrant from the Prince of Wales. Please take a look at the photos. Cup: Diameter 5.5 cm (2.1 in). Diameter 11.5 cm (4.5 in).Is a porcelain brand based in Worcester, England. In 1751, the company was founded as Worcester porcelain in Worcester, in the West Midlands region of England, with William Davis as proprietor and Dr. John Wall, a chemist and physician, providing technical guidance.
In 1752, they merged with Bristol manufactory, which made soft-paste porcelain by mixing Soapstone into the base. Since then, mass production has been made possible by advanced techniques for painting enamel colors on the glaze and the technique of copperplate engraving transfer. In this way, the company achieved both high quality and productivity, and in 1789 granted a royal warrant from George III, the first in the British ceramics world.
The masterpiece "Painted Fruit" is Worcester's finest artifact. Freehand painting and firing are repeated 6 times.Furthermore, the process of polishing the 22-karat gold, which was applied with a special technique, for 11 hours to bring out the brilliance is a technique of history and tradition. International Buyers - Please Note.