Barr, Flight and Barr
Ceramic decorated with enamel paint and gilt
205 mm (Width); 280 mm (Length)
Place of origin
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Croome Park, Worcestershire
An oval dish, one of four, part of a thirty six piece Worcester (Barr, Flight and Barr) dessert service painted with baskets of various flowers on stone ledges, the pale lilac borders gilt with the Coventry coat of arms within gilt foliage rims; impressed and printed marks. Circa 1810.
Made by Barr, Flight and Barr in Worcester circa 1810. Loaned to The National Trust by The Croome Heritage Trust in December 2007.
Marks and inscriptions
Coventry Coat of Arms Impressed marks Printed marks
Makers and roles
Barr, Flight and Barr, ceramic manufacturer