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A Worcester dish from the Calmady service

Exhibition:
Exhibited; Dyson Perrins Museum, Worcester Porcelain Loan Exhibition, 1995, Number 131

A Worcester canted rectangular dish, from the Calmady Service, painted in the London atelier of James Giles with the arms and crest of Calmady, and initials W.C, flanked by trailing flowers, within a scrolling leaf and berry band and gilt dentil tim, 9 3/4" wide, circa 1770-72, no mark

The arms of those of Warwick Calmady

The teapot from this ervice is in the collection of the Museum of Worcester Porcelain



A Worcester dish from the Calmady service