Bow is an English porcelain works started in 1744 in East London. Bow made decorated porcelains, often copies of Chinese blue and white patterns. Bow pottery rivaled the Chelsea porcelain factory. The factory stopped working about 1776. Most items sold as Bow today were made after 1750.
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|Bow||Figurine||Goldfinch, Perched On Tree Stump, C.1760, 5 3/16 In.||1996||Login / Create Account for Price||Bow||Figurine||Henry Woodward, Tricorner Hat, Frock Coat, C.1750, 10 1/8 In.||1996||Login / Create Account for Price||Bow||Figurine||James Quin As Falstaff, C.1750, 9 1/4 In.||1996||Login / Create Account for Price||Bow||Figurine||Thames Waterman, Tree Stump, C.1753, 7 13/16 In.||1996||Login / Create Account for Price||Bow||Sauceboat||Scroll Rim, Blossoms & Leaves At Back, Handle, 7 3/4 In.||1996||Login / Create Account for Price||Bow||Teapot||Mushroom Knop, Spray & Sprigs Of Roses, 1760, 5 5/16 In.||1996||Login / Create Account for Price||Bow||Vase||Kakiemon, Phoenix In Flight, Flowering Plant, C.1753, 3 9/16 In., Pair||1996||Login / Create Account for Price|