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Pair of Chamberlain’s Worcester “Dragons-in-Compartments” Plates

Pair of Chamberlain’s Worcester “Dragons-in-Compartments” Plates


English porcelain plates by Chamberlain’s Worcester, circa 1800.


The pattern is also called “Bengal Tyger” or “Kylin”.


Dimensions: Approximately 7” diameter.



The rim is edged in gold and has a diaper border interspersed with red Chinese style stylized butterflies.


The center is decorated with alternating shaped panels of fantastic animals giving the pattern its name and with vases on tables in vibrant colors and gilding. There is a rosette in the center.


The reverse of each bears the painted mark “Chamberlain’s Worcester No.75” and an old label.


The pattern is based on a Chinese design and was also used by Worcester, Coalport, and other English manufacturers.



Godden, “Chamberlain-Worcester Porcelain 1788 – 1852”.


Condition: Rubbing to rim gilding, otherwise in excellent condition consistent with age and usage. Please examine the photos; they are part of the description.

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