Royal Worcester Fruit Painted Cabinet Plate by Sedgley.
Royal Worcester’s Evesham Pattern was introduced in 1961 as the beginning of a new trend for more informal dining that was to bring the humble casserole dish from the kitchen to the dining table. Evesham, named after the local fruit-growing region near Worcester, was Royal Worcester’s best-selling brand of the late 20 th century.
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A Royal Worcester large two handled covered and reticulated pot pourri by Harry Ayrton, circa 1945, painted with fruit and berries with ribbon bow garlands and heightened in gilt, black factory marks, pattern No. 428 and signed H. Ayrton 30 cm high.
A fantastic Royal Worcester vase which is dated for 1921. The vase displays the most gorgeous fruit pattern in rich colors. Each fruit is surrounded by gold gilt edging. The pattern is all around the top of the vase and hangs down. The ground is a nice mottled blue color. The lip also has gold gilt.
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The Royal Worcester fruit painters were a group of painters who specialized in depicting fruits on porcelain tableware. The tradition originated with the painter Octar H. Copson, who in 1880 had also painted a plaque commissioned by a local farmer to commemorate the introduction of the Pershore plum. Royal Worcester fruit pieces remain highly desirable and have been auctioned for more than.
The 1960’s also saw the introduction of one of Royal Worcester’s most popular patterns Evesham (so named after the local fruit-growing region near Worcester). This was created by Robert Baker, Professor of Ceramics at the Royal college of Art, and two of his pupils in 1961.