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A rare Chamberlain's Worcester honey pot and cover
A rare Chamberlain's Worcester skep shaped honey pot and cover, with loop handle, painted in green and gilt with bold leaves and tendrils, on a blue ground, within gilt borders, the front and the fixed stand moulded with bees, 5" high, circa 1805-10, script mark in brown Chamberlain's Worcester
This form of honey pot was also made in silver by leading silversmiths such as Paul Storr
See G A Godden, Chamberlain's Worcester Porcelain, figure 292, for another honey pot of this form, recorded by the author as 'today very rare'