A small and very rare Royal Worchester barrel jug decorated with a Goldfinch by William Powell.
Finely decorated the jug is factory marked with a date code for c1924.
Perfect original condition, no damages or restoration. Signed W Powell, app 6 cm (2.5 inc)tall
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