This is a very rare mid-century pattern called Fiesta.
I have given a generic description below and at the bottom of my description shall explain the details of the specific items on offer on this lot.
I have a number of fine pieces of tableware in this pattern in my online store. It is hard to find and in really good condition - so this is reflected in my asking price.
These dinner items were made by Royal Worcester in the 1960s. The design features an unusual pattern featuring a combination of musical instruments, vegetables, and atomic patterns. I am not sure if this pattern was a great commercial success or not for Worcester, which might explain their rarity - there doesn't even appear to be an example in the ceramics collection of the V&A.
The pieces are of the finest quality as you might expect from Worcester and are made from porcelain. All the pieces are in excellent condition - no losses to the decoration, no chips etc, and no cutlery marks on the surface.
Please note most pieces have beautiful gold gilding to them - so they would not be suitable for putting in the microwave or your dishwasher.
Individual pieces will be charged at £4.95 postage in the UK - but I can offer good discounts for multiple purchases - probably capped around the £10 mark.
THIS ITEM: Just so that there is no confusion - on offer here is just ONE OPEN GRAVY BOAT. It is in good vintage condition. However, there is a little loss / rubbing to the gilding on the edge of one side of the boat (look at my photograph of this) - it has been priced to take this into consideration. This gravy or saucer boat is extremely rare.
Dimensions: base is 8 1/2 x 5 inches. Overall height is 3 1/2 inches. The boat section on its own is 7 x 3 1/2 inches.
I have taken lots of images for your inspection - please look at these closely as it also forms part of my description.
UK Posting only.