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LT298596

Pair of Regency Green Glaze Worcester Vases

  • H: 39 cm (15 3/8")
  • W: 32 cm (12 5/8")
  • D: 32 cm (12 5/8")

Large pair of Regency Worcester vases of Campania shape. England, circa 1820. 

A stunning pair with green glaze and urn handles. The vases feature beautifully painted panels on both sides, showing pastoral scenes. 

The vases are marked on their underside, 'Donnington Hall, Leicestershire' and 'Loch Laven.' The depiction of Donnington Hall on one painted panel is particularly interesting; the hall was rebuilt in the Gothic style at the instruction of the Lord Moira in 1795.

The new hall was surrounded by breathtaking parkland, as glimpsed in the painted panel on this vase. 

However, Lora Moira had a turbulent relationship with the government during the Regency and the Prince Regent himself. When he got into serious financial difficulties as a result of his extravagant building, he was frozen out of the government.

Forced to accept governor-general of India, he left his beloved country manor to be looked after by others. He would not return to England until 1823, three years after these vases were made. 

Worcester porcelain was founded in 1751, with their first of many royal warrants issued by King George III. The factory celebrated their 250th anniversary in 2001, having used largely the same techniques throughout the centuries. 

These vases were likely produced whilst Worcester porcelain was owned by Flight and Barr. Old receipt from the 1940s is also available.

Restoration to both vases. 

£3,800.00
Lorfords approved

Large pair of Regency Worcester vases of Campania shape. England, circa 1820. 

A stunning pair with green glaze and urn handles. The vases feature beautifully painted panels on both sides, showing pastoral scenes. 

The vases are marked on their underside, 'Donnington Hall, Leicestershire' and 'Loch Laven.' The depiction of Donnington Hall on one painted panel is particularly interesting; the hall was rebuilt in the Gothic style at the instruction of the Lord Moira in 1795.

The new hall was surrounded by breathtaking parkland, as glimpsed in the painted panel on this vase. 

However, Lora Moira had a turbulent relationship with the government during the Regency and the Prince Regent himself. When he got into serious financial difficulties as a result of his extravagant building, he was frozen out of the government.

Forced to accept governor-general of India, he left his beloved country manor to be looked after by others. He would not return to England until 1823, three years after these vases were made. 

Worcester porcelain was founded in 1751, with their first of many royal warrants issued by King George III. The factory celebrated their 250th anniversary in 2001, having used largely the same techniques throughout the centuries. 

These vases were likely produced whilst Worcester porcelain was owned by Flight and Barr. Old receipt from the 1940s is also available.

Restoration to both vases. 

  • Materials & Techniques: Ceramic
  • Condition: Good
  • Period: 20th Cent
  • Country: England
  • Style: Regency

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