Worcester Blue Dragon Trio


This set is an early example of the popular Blue Dragon pattern first produced by Grainger, Lee & Co in the 1820’s. The design was printed onto the china from a hand engraved copper plate and was inspired by a Chinese design of a dragon chasing a flaming pearl amongst the clouds.

Bone china trio ( as seen in the Royal Worcester Museum Collection) made in the Brosley shape, slightly scalloped, with hand script to base of each piece – Grainger Lee & Co Worcester ( 1814-1839 ).

Trio consists of …..

Teacup 9.5 cm diameter x 5.5 cm tall

Saucer 15 cm diameter

Tea plate 17 cm diameter

Excellent bright white and blue china, superb condition, only light manufacturing defects kiln dust etc. expected in china 200 years old.

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