Two Minton (First Period) Saucers, Pattern 294 c.1810

Two First Period Porcelain Saucers, decorated with hand-painted landscape in shades of purple monochrome, gilded rim. c.1810. 14cm diam. Painted Sevres mark and pattern 294 in blue. Fine condition.

* The same pattern is illustrated in "Minton Patterns Of The First period" by Robert Cumming and Michael Berthoud p.50.


Two Minton (First Period) Saucers, Pattern 294 c.1810

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Minton bone-china cup with ring handle, bute shape, painted in pattern 294. c.1810. Sevres mark in blue. A hairline crack. More Minton Porcelain Items

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Minton Marks

Painted Sevres type mark, used on porcelains made prior to 1816.

Printed marks 1824-1836, occur only on pieces bearing some printed decoration.

Mark on moulded earthenwares c.1830-40, rare printed mark on porcelains.

Incised arrow-like mark on early Parian figures mid-late 1840s.

Moulded mark in relief on Parian figures c.1850-60.

Rare printed mark on porcelains c. 1851.

Printed mark c. 1860s, found on the highest quality pieces.

Basic printed Globe mark from 1863-73.

Revised version of standart printed mark c. 1873 onwards.

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