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Creator: Bow Porcelain
Autumn, Bow Porcelain Factory, circa 1755
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
From a series of figures representing The Four Seasons, Autumn is shown as a young man squeezing grapes into a cup, symbolic of harvest time, and recalling classical representations ...
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Mid-18th Century English Neoclassical Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

Antique 18th Century Bow English Porcelain Figure of a Flute Player
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Philadelphia, PA
An antique English porcelain figurine. By Bow. In the form of a boy clothed in 18th century garb and holding a flute. We've noted losse...
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18th Century English Georgian Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

Bow Porcelain Ocagonal Fan-Panelled Landscape Pattern Dish c1760
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Tunbridge Wells, GB
Heading : Bow porcelain octagnoal, fan panelled, underglaze powder blue, landscape pattern dish Date : c1760 Period : George III Marks :Faux Chinese marks Origin : New Canton - then...
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1760s British George III Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

A Bow Porcelain Figure of Winter, c1765
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Tunbridge Wells, GB
A Bow Porcelain Figure of Winter, c1765 Have named this version of winter "Dave" in tribute to the great and sorely missed observational Irish comedian Dave Allen. Additional information: Date : c1765 Period : George III Marks : None Origin : New Canton factory...
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18th Century English George III Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

A Bow Porcelain Figure of a Turkish Dancer, c1765
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Tunbridge Wells, GB
A Bow Porcelain Figure of a Turkish Dancer, c1765 Additional information: Date : c1765 Period : George III Marks : Unmarked. Label for Albert Amo...
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18th Century English George III Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

A Bow Porcelain Figure of a Female Turkish Dancer, c1765
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Tunbridge Wells, GB
A Bow Porcelain Figure of a Female Turkish Dancer, c1765 Additional information: Date : c1765 Period : George III Marks : Unmarked Origin : Bow, ...
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18th Century English George III Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

Bow Porcelain Figure - Seated Rustic Seasons - the Autumn Vendangeur, c1765
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Tunbridge Wells, GB
Bow Porcelain Figure - Seated Rustic Seasons - the Autumn Vendangeur, c1765 Additional information: Date : c1765 Period : George III Marks : none...
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18th Century English George III Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

Bow Porcelain Seated Rustic Seasons Figure of Winter, c1765
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Tunbridge Wells, GB
Bow Porcelain Seated Rustic Seasons Figure of Winter, c1765 Additional information: Date : c1765 Period : George III Marks : None Origin : New Canton factory...
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18th Century English George III Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

Bow Porcelain Orphaned Coffee Cup, Famille Rose Peony, circa 1755
By Bow Porcelain
Located in London, GB
This is a very charming orphaned coffee cup made by the Bow Porcelain factory in about 1755. The cup is decorated in a Chinese "famille rose" peony pattern. This cup would have been part of a large tea service, and the tiny size shows how expensive coffee was in the 18th Century. The Bow Porcelain Factory was one of the first potteries in Britain to make soft paste porcelain, and most probably the very first to use bone ash, which later got perfected by Josiah Spode to what is now the universally used "bone china". Bow was the main competitor of the Chelsea Porcelain Factory, but where Chelsea made very fine slipcast porcelain, Bow made a different soft paste porcelain that tended to be softer and could be pressed into moulds. Bow served a larger public generally at lower prices. The factory was only in operation between 1743 and 1774, after which the tradition got incorporated into some of the later famous potteries such as Worcester and Derby. The cup is unmarked, which is normal for Bow items of this era. Condition report the cup is in excellent condition without any damage or repairs. There are various glazing imperfections, which are quite normal for porcelain of this era. Antique British porcelain...
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1750s English Rococo Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

Bow Complete Set of Porcelain Figures "The Four Elements", Rococo, circa 1765
By Bow Porcelain
Located in London, GB
This is a very rare and impressive complete set of large figures called The Four Elements, made by the Bow Porcelain factory in about 1765. It consists of Ceres representing Earth, V...
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1760s English Rococo Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

Bow Pair of Porcelain Figures of Liberty & Matrimony, Rococo 1760-1764
By Bow Porcelain
Located in London, GB
This is a fabulous pair of figures of Liberty and Matrimony made by the Bow Porcelain factory between 1760 and 1764. These figures were a popular pair portraying marriage. The bow...
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1760s English Rococo Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

Coffee Cup with Famille Rose decoration, Bow Porcelain, circa 1750
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
A direct copy of a Chinese shape, decorated with chinoiserie painting of typical motifs in the famille rose palette.
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Mid-18th Century English Chinoiserie Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

Figure of a Nun, Perhaps Heloise, Bow Porcelain Factory, circa 1750
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
A classic example of early bow porcelain. The figure is of a Dominican Nun, and is based on a continental model, probably Meissen. Bow produced a number of apparently religious...
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Mid-18th Century English Neoclassical Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

Bow Porcelain Figure of Venus with Doves, Rococo, 1756-1764
By Bow Porcelain
Located in London, GB
This is a rare and beautiful figure of Venus with two doves, made by the bow porcelain factory between 1756 and 1764. We see Venus standing holding her robe with one hand, a flower p...
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1760s English Rococo Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

Rare 18th-Century Bow Porcelain Figures of South American Parrots
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Downingtown, PA
18th-century bow porcelain Models of South American Parrots, Circa 1758-62 These beautiful Bow porcelain birds are naturalistically modelled, each perching on a flowering stump i...
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1750s Georgian Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

Coffee Can Blue and White "Peony & Bamboo" Bow Porcelain, circa 1754
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
An early coffee can, painted in under-glaze blue with peonies and bamboo. The painting links with the William Pether 1754 jug. The decoration is taken directly from Chinese examples, and was intended to compete with Chinese imports. Peonies and bamboo are both commonly depicted in Chinese porcelain decoration. Peonies, also known as the "king of flowers," are often depicted in Chinese art as a symbol of wealth, nobility, and good fortune. Bamboo, on the other hand, is a symbol of integrity, resilience, and longevity. Together, peonies and bamboo are often used to symbolize the harmonious balance between wealth and integrity. Chinese porcelain with peony...
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Mid-18th Century English Chinoiserie Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

Bow Porcelain Figure of Juno with Eagle 'Jupiter', Rococo Ca 1765
By Bow Porcelain
Located in London, GB
This is a very rare and impressive large figure of Juno with an eagle, made by the Bow Porcelain factory in about 1765. This figure formed part of a series of the Four Elements, with...
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1760s English Rococo Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

Famille Rose Tea Bowl & Saucer, Bow Porcelain Factory, circa 1755
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
A delicate tea-bowl and saucer, decorated after the Chinese in the Famille Rose palette. This style of painting, known as 'wet enamelling', is very attractive but quite scarce in Bow...
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Mid-18th Century English Chinoiserie Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

Bow Pair of Porcelain Figures, Arlecchino and Columbina, Rococo ca 1758
By Bow Porcelain
Located in London, GB
This is a wonderful pair of figures of Arlecchino and Columbina, made by the Bow Porcelain factory in about 1758. These figures formed part of a series of the Commedia dell'Arte, a very popular series of theatrical figures that served as decoration at the dinner table in the 18th Century. The Bow Porcelain Factory was one of the first potteries in Britain to make soft paste porcelain, and most probably the very first to use bone ash, which later got perfected by Josiah Spode to what is now the universally used "bone china". Bow was the main competitor of the Chelsea Porcelain Factory, but where Chelsea made very fine slipcast porcelain, Bow made a different soft paste porcelain that tended to be softer and could be pressed into moulds. Bow served a larger public generally at lower prices. The factory was only in operation between 1743 and 1774, after which the tradition got incorporated into some of the later famous potteries such as Worcester and Derby. These figures were used to adorn the dinner table when dessert was served; groups of figures served to express something about the host, the guests, or to direct the conversation. The Italian Commedia Dell'Arte, a comical form of masked theatre, was very popular in those days and Bow copied many figures of the German Meissen series that were brought out in the decades before. This pair dates from about 1758, which was at the height of Bow's ability to make beautiful figurines often copied from Chelsea or Meissen. The pair is modelled after a Meissen pair by Kaendler. The porcelain is translucent with a beautiful milky glaze - Bow was probably the first pottery using bone in its porcelain recipe. Arlecchino (Harlequin) is playing the bagpipes, dressed in an odd costume of mismatched chintz and playing cards and wearing a funny black trumpet...
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1750s English Rococo Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

Pair of Famille Rose & Prunus Plates, Bow Porcelain Factory, circa 1753
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
A fine pair of plates with raised decoration of prunus, and painted with a famille rose pattern.
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Mid-18th Century English Chinoiserie Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

Punch Powl, Bow Porcelain Factory, circa 1755
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
A rather splendid punch bowl from the Bow Porcelain Factory, enameled with flowers and insects in the Famille Rose style. A good size, at almost nine inches in diameter. Famille R...
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Mid-18th Century English Chinoiserie Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

Winter, from the Four Seasons, Bow Porcelain Factory, circa 1750
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
A personification of Winter, from The Four Seasons. Unusually fine condition for a figure of this period.
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Mid-18th Century English Neoclassical Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

Bow Porcelain Figure of Boy or Putto on C-Scroll Base, Georgian circa 1760
By Bow Porcelain
Located in London, GB
This is a wonderful little figure of a boy or putto made by the Bow Porcelain factory in about 1760. The Bow Porcelain Factory was one of the first potteries in Britain to make soft...
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1760s English Rococo Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

18th-cebtury Bow Porcelain Chinoiserie Tankard
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Downingtown, PA
Bow porcelain Chinoiserie tankard, Bow, London, 1760-1765. The unusually painted polychrome Bow porcelain tankard depicts Chinoiserie figure...
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Mid-18th Century English Georgian Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

Plate Disheveled Birds, Bow Porcelain Factory, circa 1767
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
Of silver shape with lobed and gilt dentil edge; the well with a landscape of exotic birds enameled in a brilliant palette all on a festoon of dense green-black foliage, the rim with insects and exotic butterflies. The bird painter...
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Mid-18th Century English Chinoiserie Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

Dessert Plate, Bow Porcelain Factory, circa 1760
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
Circular plate, the well outlined and transfer printed in black/brown outline and filled-in with 'wet' enamels all with Chinese figures in a garden and a child playing with an excite...
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Mid-18th Century English Chinoiserie Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

Dated Crowther Plate, Bow Porcelain Factory, 1770
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
The so-called ‘Crowther Plate’ dated January 1770: Octagonal, painted in blue underglaze with the monogram ‘RC’ in a floral cartouche and with elaborate scroll, pendant and cell a...
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1770s English Neoclassical Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

Coffee Pot, Bow Porcelain Factory, circa 1767
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
Coffee pot, circa 1765-69: Coffee pot and cover of silver form with domed cover; the body of the pot and dome of the cover pineapple moulded between rims painted in blue with cell an...
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Mid-18th Century English Rococo Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

Botanical Plate, Bow Porcelain Factory, circa 1755
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
A fine octagonal plate painted in the botanical style; possibly the yellow gloriosa climbing lily. Provenance: Taylor Collection; Robyn Robb 2003. Filled edge chips.  
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Mid-18th Century English Neoclassical Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

Coffee Cup, Bow Porcelain Factory, circa 1749
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
Of Chinese export form with loop handle; the body imaginatively painted in a bright ‘early blue’ underglaze with pine, rock and bamboo after the Chinese. Yellow tinged body; clear gl...
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Mid-18th Century English Rococo Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

Egg Cup, Bow Porcelain Factory, circa 1752
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
Modelled after a small Chinese blanc-de-Chine wine cup of Dehua, Fujian Province; the bowl with three single prunus sprigs. Thick glaze with some crazing around base. Green translucency. Base glazed but partially wiped. Provenance: Taylor Collection; Parkside Antiques Melbourne...
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Mid-18th Century English Chinoiserie Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

Sparrow-Beaked Jug, Bow Porcelain Factory, circa 1763
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
A small pear-shaped milk jug, with a transfer-printed outline, filled with wet enamels, in the Chinese Mating Chickens pattern; the rear with symbols of pomegranate, leaves and censer. Prov: Taylor Collection; John Wilson Antiques 2008. Catalogue Entry: Of small pear shape on a high footrim; sparrow...
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Mid-18th Century English Chinoiserie Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

Teapot in the Famille Rose Style, Bow Porcelain Factory, circa 1752
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
Small pot with loop handle, curved spout and domed cover with ball finial, the body painted after the Famille rose with chrysanthemum, flowers and leaves, all from mauve rocks on gre...
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Mid-18th Century English Chinoiserie Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

Blue and White Sauce Boat, Bow Porcelain Factory, circa 1751
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
Of silver form; oval, double lipped, and with scroll handle with stylized mask to each side. The interior painted in blue underglaze with a songbird on a branch, a peony and an inner...
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Mid-18th Century English Chinoiserie Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

Coffee Can, Blue and White "Flowers and Insects", Bow Porcelain, circa 1755
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
An early coffee can, painted in under-glaze blue with flowers and insects. Painter’s mark 16 and a distinctive way of painting insects. Prov: Taylor Collection; Christie’s.     
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Mid-18th Century English Chinoiserie Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

Figure Columbine with her Hurdy Gurdy, Bow Porcelain Factory, circa 1756
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
From the Commedia dell’arte, shown seated on a tree stump and playing her favourite instrument. Probably after Kandler, who described the model as a Tyrolean maiden playing a lyre. ...
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Mid-18th Century English Rococo Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

Coffee Can, Blue and White "Residence", Bow Porcelain, circa 1755
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
An early coffee can, painted in under-glaze blue with a large residence in a Chinese landscape. Prov: Taylor Collection; Watney Collection.  
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Mid-18th Century English Chinoiserie Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

Punch Pot in the Famille Rose Style, Bow Porcelain Factory, circa 1757
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
A large tea-pot, or perhaps a punch pot, of globular form with loop handle. Painted in a vibrant wet palette after the Chinese. A most attractive example, of...
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Mid-18th Century English Chinoiserie Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

Figure: Running Girl, Bow Porcelain Factory, circa 1756
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
Small figure of a young woman wearing a puce-sprigged white skirt, lifted slightly with her left hand, pale pink jacket with typical Bow opaque blue collar and cuffs. We've called...
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Mid-18th Century English Rococo Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

Pair of Sauce Boats, Bow Porcelain Factory, circa 1753
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
Pair of Sauceboats, circa 1752-1755: Of flat hexagonal form with waved top and scroll handle, painted after the Chinese in blue with the ‘desirable residence pattern’ of a building...
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Mid-18th Century English Chinoiserie Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

Bowl with Chinoiserie Decoration, Bow Porcelain Factory, circa 1752
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
An early example of Bow porcelain, decorated in ‘wet’ famille rose colours; featuring a peony, a bird on a branch, and another in flight. Sacred Scrolls to the interior. A superb ...
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Mid-18th Century English Chinoiserie Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

Dessert Plate, Bow Porcelain Factory, circa 1756
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
Plate, circa 1755-1760: Octagonal plate, the decoration after an oriental original (possibly from the region now modern Bhutan), with four robed ladies walking through a stylized lan...
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Mid-18th Century English Chinoiserie Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

Pair of Bocage Candlesticks, Putti and Goats. Bow 1766
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
A rare, possibly unique, pair of candlesticks in the form of putti, representing The Four Seasons. This is the pair pictured in Stonor’s book (#94); we’ve b...
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Mid-18th Century English Rococo Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

Tankard with Famille Rose Decoration, Bow C5145
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
Baluster-shaped tankard, decorated with a pattern taken form the Chinese, in the famille rose-verte palette. It is amusing to note how the house on a hill in the original has been me...
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Mid-18th Century English Chinoiserie Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

Dessert Plate, Bow Porcelain Factory, circa 1759
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
Plate, circa 1758-1760: Small octagonal plate, the well printed in blue underglaze with La Dame Chinoise (also called the Promenade Chinoise) showing a tall oriental lady with tw...
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Mid-18th Century English Chinoiserie Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

Coffee Can, Blue and White "Swans & Pagoda", Bow Porcelain, circa 1765
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
Decorated with an under-glaze blue print of a Chinese landscape, featuring a man at the window of a pagoda, admiring swans on the lake. Bow didn't produce very much in the way of ...
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Mid-18th Century English Chinoiserie Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

Covered Vase, Famille Rose Decoration, Bow Porcelain Factory, circa 1749
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
A vase and cover, decorated with peonies &c in the Famille Rose style. Incised R mark group. Prov Taylor Collection; Simon Spero; Joseph Handley.  
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Mid-18th Century English Chinoiserie Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

Cup and Saucer, Kakiemon Decoration, Bow Porcelain Factory, circa 1753
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
Low tea cup with clip handle with matching saucer, decorated after the Kakiemon with the two quail pattern. An unusual form with scarce decoration. Prov...
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Mid-18th Century English Japonisme Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

Spoon Tray, Decorated by James Hammett O'neale, Bow, circa 1760
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
From a Bow service with decoration attributed to the painter Jeffryes Hammett O'Neale, probably in the London workshop of James Giles. The tray with shallow rim and shaped outline wi...
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Mid-18th Century English Romantic Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

Baluster Vase, Kakiemon Decoration, Bow Porcelain Factory, circa 1748
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
An early example of bow’s output, with a smooth, silky glaze. Painted after the Kakiemon with a phoenix, butterfly and various plants after the Japanese; with reserved panels featuri...
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Mid-18th Century English Japonisme Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

Coffee Can, Polychrome "Strutting Bird", Bow Porcelain, circa 1752
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
An early coffee can from the bow porcelain factory, naively painted with the ‘Strutting Bird’ pattern.  
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Mid-18th Century English Chinoiserie Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

Teapot in the White, Prunus Decorated, Bow, circa 1749
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
Drum-shape teapot with applied double-prunus decoration, in imitation of the Chinese. Pots of this form and date are rare, and this example is unusual in the quality of its body and ...
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Mid-18th Century English Chinoiserie Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

Coffee Can, Blue and White "Ribbon Landscape", Bow Porcelain, circa 1753
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
An early coffee can, painted in under-glaze blue with a Chinese landscape. Prov: Taylor Collection; Roderick Jellicoe.  
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Mid-18th Century English Chinoiserie Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

Baluster Mug, Kakiemon Decoration, Bow Porcelain Factory, circa 1753
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
Pint mug of baluster form with flared base and grooved strap-handle with heart-shaped termination. The face of the mug painted after the Kakiemon with the two Quail pattern. The reve...
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Mid-18th Century English Japonisme Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

Pair of Fluted Dessert Plates, Kakiemon Decoration, Bow Porcelain Factory
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
Each of shallow circular form with scalloped rim and painted in the Kakiemon two Quail pattern with a pair of partridges standing between a flowering prunus and a kikyo bush amidst f...
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Mid-18th Century English Japonisme Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

Coffee Can, Blue and White "Cross-Legged Man", Bow Porcelain, circa 1751
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
An early coffee can, painted under the glaze with the cross-legged man pattern. An early and unusual shape for this scarce pattern. Provenance: Taylor Collection; Robyn Robb.         
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Mid-18th Century English Chinoiserie Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

Shell Sweetmeat Stand, Bow Porcelain, circa 1750
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
Three-tiered stand for sweetmeats, in the form of shells and coral, and enameled with flowers; it is rare to find these in such good condition. Probably from a large dessert service. These stands were popular in the Georgian period and were made by most of the porcelain factories. Many were modelled by a man named Tebo, who went from factory to factory creating these stands. He appears to have used real shells...
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Late 18th Century English Neoclassical Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

Knife and Fork, Kakiemon Decoration, Bow Porcelain Factory, circa 1749
By Bow Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
An unsually early set of handles with original steel tines and blade. Pistol grip form moulded with acanthus scrolls, leaves and swags and painted with indianische Blumen in a Kakiem...
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Mid-18th Century English Japonisme Antique Bow Porcelain Furniture

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Porcelain

Bow Porcelain furniture for sale on 1stDibs.

Bow porcelain furniture are available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive items are frequently made of porcelain and are designed with extraordinary care. There are many options to choose from in our collection of Bow Porcelain furniture, although gray editions of this piece are particularly popular. Many of the original furniture by Bow Porcelain were created in the neoclassical style in united kingdom during the 18th century and earlier. If you’re looking for additional options, many customers also consider furniture by Miles Mason Porcelain, Josiah Spode, and Mason's Ironstone. Prices for Bow Porcelain furniture can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — on 1stDibs, these items begin at $509 and can go as high as $25,000, while a piece like these, on average, fetch $3,500.

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