Manufactured 1937, pattern Z 1483. Each measures 9.5"W × 9.5"D × 0.75H. Excellent condition, light surface scratching, no chips or cracks. Harry Ayrton, also known as Tim, was born in 1905 and started at the Royal Worcester factory in 1920 where he stayed until his retirement in 1970.
He continued to paint there part time, until his death in 1976. He was a member of the'Terrible Seven' apprentices, known for making jokes at the expense of other workers.Although trained to paint many different subjects Harry was most skilful at fruit painting and this was his major topic throughout the 1920s. And a big thank you for shopping with Gary Germer & Associates, we appreciate you stopping by. Gary is one of Portland, Oregon's most respected antique & personal property appraisers & estate brokers.
ISA certified and in the business for nearly 30 years, Gary has worked hard to build a name that is synonymous with integrity, honesty & good humor. We strive to only improve this reputation. Please expect prompt, friendly service. Authenticity of all items is guaranteed. Come visit us at our gallery, we'd love to meet you!Gary Germer & Associates has used its best efforts to inspect the item(s) for sale and create descriptions and furnish photographs that fairly and adequately depict the type, condition and image of the goods at the time of sale. The item "Vintage ROYAL WORCESTER Handpainted Green Gilt FRUIT Center Cabinet Plate Set" is in sale since Thursday, April 4, 2019. This item is in the category "Pottery & Glass\Pottery & China\China & Dinnerware\Royal Worcester". The seller is "garygermer" and is located in Portland, Oregon.
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