Ceramics

Antiques Collection: Royal Worcester Fruit Painted Porcelain

Collectable Royal Worcester Fruit Painted Porcelain
Written by Dimi

From the Antique Marks Collection we have a selection of fine handpainted Worcester fruit painted plates. Featuring hand painted Worcester porcelain with detailed images and requisite Worcester Marks and date cyphers.

A Fine Worcester Fruit Cabinet Plate by John Freeman

From the antique-marks collection we have a stunning Royal Worcester fruit painted cabinet plate by John Freeman dating to c1956. Painted with ripe fruits, apples & cherries, against a mossy neutral leafwork ground and signed at bottom right.

This Royal Worcester fruit painted plate is in excellent condition and bears the Royal Worcester black crown mark, dating to c1956-59.

Antiques Collection - Worcester Fruit Painted Plate

Worcester Fruit Cabinet Plate by John Freeman c1944

Another stunning Royal Worcester fruit cabinet plate painted by John Freeman, this time dating to around 1944. The plate decorated with a fine scrolled leafwork gilt filigree border on a mauve ground. Enclosing a finely painted floral panel on a soft yellow ground. It measures 27cm in diameter and is 2cm deep. It bears the Royal Worcester black crown mark, dating to c1944-45

Antiques Collection - Worcester Fruit Painted Plate by John Freeman

John Freeman was born in 1911 and joined the royal Worcester factory in 1925.

He became an extremely talented fruit and still life painter and stayed at the Royal Worcester factory throughout his long working life. John Freeman became the senior Worcester fruit painter in the mens painting room and was known among his colleagues as ‘The Fruit Machine’.

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Dimi

Passionate beauty explorer, animal rights activist and avid antiques collector.