White Gold



We have great pleasure in launching our latest catalogue “White Gold” which draws inspiration from the very beginnings of porcelain manufacture in Europe at Meissen in 1710, when porcelain was named ‘white gold’.   The pieces included show the development of the paste and glaze at this early period and how the new and novel material of porcelain was transformed  into the ‘Silver style of shape’ to catch the eye of royal and aristocratic households of the day.

The collection also includes a very fine array of Worcester porcelain of the Regency period dating to the early part of the nineteenth century, including an important large vase and cover with scenes of hunting in a Worcestershire landscape.