Worcester saucer painted with three continental landscapes in puce in
fan panels on a powder blue ground c.1772. Although obviously not
decorated at the Worcester factory the identity of the painter is a
subject to conjecture. The lack of gilding points one to the Dutch
market. Was Giles using a different style to sell wares on the continent
or was it another decorator? cf. Spero and Sandon, Worcester
Porcelain, the Zorensky Collection, page 358,359and 360, plate
plates 460, 462 and 463 for further discussion.