Jupiter Antiques sold this small Worcester mug for a price in the region of £4000.

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Dealer Brad Dover described the show as a success “from the paper catalogues, online catalogues and in the Edenbridge Galleries where the exhibition takes place”.

Pieces sold to buyers in the US, Canada, Australia, Germany and Japan as well as the UK.

The mug was among several leading Worcester examples that went to new homes, including a polychrome teapot and cover painted with a bird on each side and a chamber pot with royal provenance – the earliest Worcester chamber pot recorded, painted in an unrecorded pattern.