A beautiful and pristine Dr. Wall First Period Worcester hexagonal creamboat with a flared rim, a double scroll handle and the lip moulded with a geranium leaf. This wonderful piece, of highly desirable form, is painted in bright colours of green, iron-red, fuchsia, purple, blue, and yellow, and features two bouquets of flowers within scroll moulded cartouches, amongst scattered blooms. The front and the interior are also lavishly decorated with further sprays. The bottom has a label from Manheim Antiques, a highly respected dealer in English porcelain, unfortunately long deceased.
The creamboat, which has no cracks, chips, or restoration of any kind, is 4 3/8 inches long, including the handle, and 3 1/4 inches long not including the handle. It is 2 13/16 inches wide and stands 1 7/8 inches tall.