{"id":2874576863332,"title":"Royal Worcester hand painted blackberries and leaves large tear drop shape pot pourri with reticulated lid (Blake; Pot #1)","handle":"royal-worcester-hand-painted-blackberries-and-leaves-large-tear-drop-shape-pot-pourri-with-reticulated-lid-blake-pot-1","description":"\u003cp\u003eRoyal Worcester hand painted blackberries and leaves large tear drop shape pot pourri with reticulated lid (#1)\u003cbr\u003esigned K Blake\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003c\/p\u003e\n\u003cp\u003eApproximately 16.5 centimeters (6 1\/2 inches) tall to top of reticulated lid\u003c\/p\u003e\n\u003cp\u003eApproximately 7.5 centimeters (3 inches) base diameter\u003cbr\u003ec.1937\u003c\/p\u003e\n\u003cp\u003eIn excellent condition\u003cbr\u003e GUARANTEED free from damage and repair\u003c\/p\u003e\n\u003cp\u003e\u003cem\u003eKitty Blake worked at the Royal Worcester factory for 48 years from 1905 until 1953. She specialised in flowers and small fruits. 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She specialised in flowers and small fruits. She also created several designs featuring blackberries and buttercups. Kitty Blake had previously spent time at James Hadleys factory in Diglis road and her Hadley style rendering of bunches of blackberries have become the Kitty Blake signature pieces. They are mouth-wateringly real and much sought after by collectors. Kitty was seen as a team player with a good sense of humour and Kitty Blake became very popular at the Royal Worcester factory. She was considered to be a bit of a live wire in her younger days and if the male painters of the time, had their terrible seven apprentices, then the female painters had their Saucy Six who would terrorise any male staff that upset them. Kitty Blake was a leading light in this group and they made their presence felt both inside and outside the Worcester factory. Kitty Blake was a driving force at the Worcester factory throughout her long stay. Times were hard for much of it and she would spend her spare time making advertising posters for events held at the Royal Worcester works. She is said to have had that common touch and was never seen without her red lipstick and cigarette.\u003c\/em\u003e\u003c\/p\u003e\n\u003cp\u003e \u003c\/p\u003e"}

Royal Worcester hand painted blackberries and leaves large tear drop shape pot pourri with reticulated lid (Blake; Pot #1)

Product Description

Royal Worcester hand painted blackberries and leaves large tear drop shape pot pourri with reticulated lid (#1)
signed K Blake

Approximately 16.5 centimeters (6 1/2 inches) tall to top of reticulated lid

Approximately 7.5 centimeters (3 inches) base diameter
c.1937

In excellent condition
GUARANTEED free from damage and repair

Kitty Blake worked at the Royal Worcester factory for 48 years from 1905 until 1953. She specialised in flowers and small fruits. She also created several designs featuring blackberries and buttercups. Kitty Blake had previously spent time at James Hadleys factory in Diglis road and her Hadley style rendering of bunches of blackberries have become the Kitty Blake signature pieces. They are mouth-wateringly real and much sought after by collectors. Kitty was seen as a team player with a good sense of humour and Kitty Blake became very popular at the Royal Worcester factory. She was considered to be a bit of a live wire in her younger days and if the male painters of the time, had their terrible seven apprentices, then the female painters had their Saucy Six who would terrorise any male staff that upset them. Kitty Blake was a leading light in this group and they made their presence felt both inside and outside the Worcester factory. Kitty Blake was a driving force at the Worcester factory throughout her long stay. Times were hard for much of it and she would spend her spare time making advertising posters for events held at the Royal Worcester works. She is said to have had that common touch and was never seen without her red lipstick and cigarette.

 

Sku: 5712
$ 1,750.00 AUD
Maximum quantity available reached.