Late 18th Century Worcester Dessert Service

REF: 7152

Late 18th Century Worcester Dessert Service

REF: 7152

A unique Worcester Dessert Service. The dishes with a scripted Flight, the centres bearing the Wigley Coat of Arms Armorial Crest. The borders beautifully painted and gilded with stylised Peacock leaves.

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  • Height 25.4 cm / 10 332"
  • Width 25.4 cm / 10 332"

Category

  • Year c. 1785 - c. 1815
  • Country England
  • Provenance 2 x Tureens and Stands 4 x 10 Inch Square Dishes 4 x 8 Inch Oval Dishes 4 x 12 Inch Oval Dishes 9 x 9 Inch Plates 1 x 14 Inch Basket
  • Exhibitions Plate exhibits Dyson Perrins Museum 1980. Colonial Williamsburg Foundation Collection 1992. Charles William Dyson Perrins (25 May 1864 – 29 January 1958) was an English businessman, bibliophile and philanthropist. He was born in Claines, near Worcester, the son of James Dyson Perrins, the owner of the Lea & Perrins Worcestershire sauce factory and the grandson of William Perrins, co-originator of the Lea & Perrins secret recipe.