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Worcester Bengal

Chamberlain Worcester Bengal Tiger Platter, circa 1820
Located in New York, NY
Chamberlain Worcester Bengal tiger platter, circa 1820.
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Antique 1820s English Porcelain

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Porcelain

Chamberlain Worcester Bengal Tiger Compote, circa 1820
Located in New York, NY
Chamberlain Worcester, Bengal Tiger Compote, circa 1820.
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Antique 1820s English Serving Pieces

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Porcelain

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Chamberlain's Worcester Bengal Tiger Heart Shaped Dish
By Royal Worcester
Located in Katonah, NY
A Chamberlain's Worcester Bengal Tiger heart shaped dish painted with mythical beasts within lappet-shaped panels. The central medallion represents a chrysanthemum, a Chinese symbol...
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Antique 19th Century English Regency Decorative Objects

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Porcelain

A Pair of Worcester "Bengal Tiger" Pattern Crested Dishes with Greyhound
By Royal Worcester
Located in Katonah, NY
A pair of Chamberlain's Worcester "Bengal Tiger" pattern crested dishes (the pattern is also known as Dragons in Compartments). The crest shows a greyhound resting its forepaw on an ...
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Antique Late 18th Century English Regency Dinner Plates

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Porcelain

Chamberlain's Worcester Bengal Tiger Platter
By Royal Worcester
Located in Katonah, NY
A Chamberlain's Worcester platter in the Bengal tiger pattern painted in the famille verte palette with four lappet-shaped panels showing mythical beasts alternating with flowering ...
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Antique 18th Century and Earlier English Regency Platters and Serveware

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Porcelain

  • Chamberlain's Worcester Bengal Tiger Platter
  • Chamberlain's Worcester Bengal Tiger Platter
  • Chamberlain's Worcester Bengal Tiger Platter
  • Chamberlain's Worcester Bengal Tiger Platter
H 1.5 in. W 14.5 in. D 11.25 in.
A Pair of Chamberlain's Worcester Bengal Tiger Deep Dishes
By Royal Worcester
Located in Katonah, NY
This popular Regency period pattern was first made by Worcester in the 18th century. Known as Bengal Tiger, Dragon in Compartments, or Kylin in Compartments. The pattern is an exotic...
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Antique 19th Century English Neoclassical Porcelain

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Porcelain

A Pair of Chamberlain Worcester Bengal Tiger Dishes
Located in Downingtown, PA
The oval dishes are decorated with the famous Bengal Tiger Pattern described at the time as Dragon in Compartments pattern. <br /> <br /> Mark: One marked Chamberlains Worcester an...
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Antique 18th Century and Earlier English Dinner Plates

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Porcelain

Antique Sugar Box Made by Chamberlains Worcester Bengal Tiger Pattern
By Chamberlains Worcester
Located in Katonah, NY
This antique sugar box made by Chamberlains Worcester in the Bengal tiger pattern is painted with lappet-shaped panels on each side showing a mythical beast. At each end of the sugar...
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Antique Early 19th Century English Qing Decorative Boxes

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Porcelain

Chamberlain's Worcester Punch Bowl in Bengal Tiger Pattern
By Royal Worcester
Located in Katonah, NY
This very popular pattern is known as "Bengal Tiger", "Dragon in Compartments" or "Kylin in Compartments". It was first made by Worcester in the 18th century.The pattern is an Engli...
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Antique 19th Century English Regency Serving Bowls

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Porcelain

Bengal Tiger Bowl with Attached Stand Made by Chamberlains Worcester
By Chamberlains Worcester
Located in Katonah, NY
A Bengal tiger bowl with attached stand made by Chamberlains Worcester. The pattern is an exotic English interpretation of Chinese export porcelains from the Kangxi period. The desig...
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Antique Early 19th Century English Regency Decorative Bowls

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Porcelain

Antique Porcelain "Bengal Tiger" Cream Jug
By Royal Worcester
Located in Katonah, NY
A rare 18th century Worcester cream jug painted with lappet-shaped panels showing mythical beasts alternating with vases. This very popular pattern is known as "Bengal Tiger," "Drago...
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Antique 1780s English Chinoiserie Pitchers

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Porcelain

Bengal Tiger Lozenge Shaped Dishes a Pair
By Chamberlains Worcester
Located in Katonah, NY
Bengal tiger lozenge shaped dishes a pair made by Chamberlains Worcester. The pattern is an exotic English interpretation of Chinese export porcelains from the Kangxi period. The des...
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Antique Late 18th Century English Regency Porcelain

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Porcelain

  • Bengal Tiger Lozenge Shaped Dishes a Pair
  • Bengal Tiger Lozenge Shaped Dishes a Pair
  • Bengal Tiger Lozenge Shaped Dishes a Pair
  • Bengal Tiger Lozenge Shaped Dishes a Pair
H 1.5 in. W 9.25 in. D 10.5 in.
Group of Dishes in the Bengal Tiger Pattern
By Chamberlains Worcester
Located in Katonah, NY
A group of George III Chamberlain's Worcester porcelain dishes painted in the "Bengal Tiger" pattern. The pattern is also known as "Dragons in Compartments". Made circa 1795-1805 ...
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Antique Early 1800s English Chinoiserie Dinner Plates

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Porcelain

Worcester Bengal Tiger a Pair of Shell Shaped Dishes
By Chamberlains Worcester
Located in Katonah, NY
Worcester Bengal tiger a pair of shell shaped dishes. Made by Chamberlains Worcester, the pattern is an exotic English interpretation of Chinese export porcelains from the Kangxi per...
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Antique Early 19th Century English Regency Porcelain

Chamberlain's Worcester Bengal Tiger (Dragon in Compartments) Soup Tureen
By Royal Worcester
Located in Katonah, NY
Painted in the famille verte palette Bengal Tiger was one of the most sought-after designs in 18th and early 19th century, England. First made in England by Worcester the pattern is...
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Antique 18th Century and Earlier English Soup Tureens

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Porcelain

Early Worcester Porcelain Teapot Dragons in Compartments Kylin Bengal Tiger Mark
By Chamberlains Worcester
Located in Wilton, CT
Early Worcester porcelain lobed teapot in the "Dragons in Compartments" or "Kylin" pattern. England, circa 1770. With square blue chop mark used at Worcester circa 1755-1783. 6" hig...
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Antique Late 18th Century English George III Tea Sets

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Porcelain

Worcester Bengal For Sale on 1stDibs

Choose from an assortment of styles, material and more with respect to the worcester bengal you’re looking for at 1stDibs. A worcester bengal — often made from ceramic and porcelain — can elevate any home. Whether you’re looking for an older or newer worcester bengal, there are earlier versions available from the 18th Century and newer variations made as recently as the 19th Century. When you’re browsing for the right worcester bengal, those designed in Regency, Georgian and Neoclassical styles are of considerable interest. You’ll likely find more than one worcester bengal that is appealing in its simplicity, but Royal Worcester and Chamberlains Worcester produced versions that are worth a look.

How Much is a Worcester Bengal?

Prices for a worcester bengal start at $395 and top out at $7,500 with the average selling for $2,300.

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