Sugar Bowl and Cover

ca. 1765 (made)
Image of Gallery in South Kensington
On display at V&A South Kensington
Ceramics, Room 145
Artist/Maker
Place Of Origin

Sugar bowl and cover of porcelain, transfer-printed in black enamel.


object details
Categories
Object Type
Parts
This object consists of 2 parts.

  • Sugar Basin
  • Cover
Materials and Techniques
Porcelain transfer-printed with black enamel
Brief Description
Sugar bowl and cover of porcelain, transfer-printed in black enamel, and engraved by Robert Hancock, made by Worcester porcelain factory, Worcester, ca. 1765.
Physical Description
Sugar bowl and cover of porcelain, transfer-printed in black enamel.
Dimensions
  • Height: 10.8cm
  • Diameter: 10.8cm
Credit line
Given by Lady Charlotte Schreiber
Object history
Part of a portion of a service with sugar basin and cover 414:623/1, 2-1885 (Sch. I 649:1, 2), milk jug 414:623/A-1885 (Sch. I 649A), cake plate 414:623/B-1885 (Sch. I 649B), spoon tray 414:623/C-1885 (Sch. I 649C), two tea cups and saucers 414:623/D to G-1885 (Sch. I 649D to G), and two coffee cups 414:623/H and 414:623/I-1885 (Sch. I 649H and Sch. I 649I)

This service was assembled by Lady Charlotte Schreiber from pieces she purchased from the Reverend J.C. Jackson, Hackney, for £1 in April 1869, from Davis, London, for £3 15 shillings in 1870, and from Bradbeer, Lowestoft, for £1 16 shillings 6 pence in 1869869
Subjects depicted
Other Number
Sch. I 649:1, 2 - Schreiber number
Collection
Accession Number
414:623/1, 2-1885

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record createdJanuary 29, 2009
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