A variety of flowers in grey-blue sepia decorates this white china. The rims have a wide band of grey and are trimmed in gold. Marked Royal Worcester Woodland on the underside.
|RWOWO-01.5||Saucer for the cup and saucer set.||$8|
|RWOWO-08||Salad plate (1 available)||$23|
|RWOWO-26||Round bonbon or nut dish (1 available)||$17|
Royal Worcester is one of the oldest English manufacturers of porcelain, starting in 1751 in Worcester, England. In 1788, the company received a royal warrant and carried the name "Royal Porcelain Works". Many of its early patterns imitated Chinese porcelain blue and white designs.
In 1976, Royal Worcester merged with Spode. Production ceased at Royal Worcester in 2009.