A fine Royal Worcester signed porcelain plaque 1976, with signature of E (Ted) Townsend. Finely enamel decorated with apples, nuts and cane fruits in colours against a naturalistic background, signed lower right and housed in gilt moulded frame; with backs
Royal Worcester, Edward Townsend 'Highland cattle' pair of display plates painted with cattle in misty Scottish highlands with scalloped & gadrooned gilt border. Signed 'E Townsend' condition excellent to good, very minor wear. Diameter 27 cm
Royal Worcester 10 pcs part tea set depicting, birds, each piece is hand painted with a naturalistic bird, scene and signed by the artist, two artists, H Powell and E. Townsend, the set comprises of three cups, three saucers and four side plates. Diameter
A Royal Worcester fruit hand painted specimen vase by E. Townsend, the compressed ovoid body with peaches and grapes on a leafy ground, signed, gilt enrichments to the flared top. Printed mark dating to 1937 and shape No. G702. Height 13.5 cm
A Royal Worcester potpourri vase and cover painted with highland cattle by E. Townsend, ovoid shape with moulded shoulder and foot highlighted with gilt, the pierced cover with cupola finial. Black mark, shape H169, c.1960. Height 16 cm
Royal Worcester, rose jar, c1960 with embossed shoulders and circular foot, the pierced Crown shaped cover gilded, painted by Edward Townsend with highland cattle in meadows, signed E. Townsend, factory mark to base, shape number 2048. Height 24 cm. Ted To
Four Royal Worcester hand painted cabinet plates, each with fruit decoration. One signed E. Townsend and others by H. Ayrton. Marked to base with symbols for 1940 (Townsend) and 1939 for each (Ayrton). Diameter 26.5 cm (each)
A Royal Worcester small jug painted by George Mosley with apples and blackberries with a gilt interior, puce mark dated 1928. Height 8.5 cm together with a Royal Worcester tea cup painted Edward Townsend with peaches and grapes and a saucer painted Horace
A Royal Worcester highland cattle painted cover vase by E. Townsend of elegant ovoid form raised on a pedestal ring foot (gilded) and with restrained classical twin handles to the shoulder, shape 2713/2, the fore painted with two highland cattle standing a
A Royal Worcester highland cattle painted small pot pourri by E. Townsend of ovoid form, shape H169A, moulded and gilded classical decoration at the shoulder and encircling the short neck, dividing the jar's exterior into four panels, one of which is paint
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