Lowestoft is a town in Suffolk, and a porcelain works was established there in 1757 by three local residents after a discovery of clay in the area, supposedly using a formula supplied by the Bow porcelain factory in the London suburb of Bow, about 5 miles east of central London. The works produced soft paste porcelain, with the emphasis on Chinese inspired decoration with underglaze blue in the early years. In later years a wider range of decorative themes were used. The factory ceased production in 1802, but a company using the name "Lowestoft Porcelain 2000" was established in that year to make porcelain in the old Lowestoft styles, shapes and colours.
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A blue and white Lowestoft tea bowl and saucer, circa 1775, in 'Robert Browne' pattern, with alternating wave like bands of blue scales and floral sprigged reserves, the saucer centred with a petite floral motif between concentric blue lines; a small numbe
A Lowestoft porcelain tea bowl and stand, lasts quarter 18th century, the bowl exterior and interior and the stand conformingly decorated with floral bands and sprays, unmarked. Height 5.5 cm. (bowl) diameter 13.5 cm. (stand)
A Lowestoft painted porcelain tea bowl, latter half 18th century, the exterior decorated in over-glaze red and blue with flowers and a building, the interior rim and centre decorated, unmarked. Height 5.5 cm. Diameter 8.5 cm
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