Royal Worcester porcelain pitchers and jar dated 1878, 1886, 1889, and 1917, basketweave jar with gilt side handles, body decorated with gilt flowers ending in four twig-form feet, marked, H8"; pitcher with elongated spout on squat body with gilt dragon-form handle, body delicately painted with vignette of night sky and birds amongst flowering branches, the opposing side with two birds in flight, marked and numbered 1048, H7 1/2"; textured melon or gourd-form pitcher with gilt stem-form spout and handle extending to leaves on body, marked and numbered 1111, H7 1/4"; ovoid cream glazed pitcher with bamboo spout and handle, body decorated with flowering branches, marked and numbered 1341, H9 1/2"; together with another squat body pitcher with blush ivory glaze, body featuring gilt lizard on basketweave design and gilt twig-form handle, marked and numbered 1714, H6 1/4". (5pcs)
Provenance: Estate of C. Theodore and Barbara B. Hicks, Augusta, Georgia.
Jar: chip and hairline to one foot, Melon-form pitcher: glaze nicks to leaf.
All pieces with light rubbing and wear to gilding.