31 March 2016,
New York, Rockefeller Center
Price realised USD 1,250
Estimate USD 2,000 - USD 3,000
A GROUP OF ENGLISH PORCELAIN DINNER PLATES
THE FIRST CIRCA 1765, GOLD ANCHOR MARKS FOR CHELSEA; THE SECOND CIRCA 1770, BLUE CRESCENT MARK FOR WORCESTER
All painted with disheveled birds, comprising: a pair of Chelsea plates with gilt rocaille rims and a Worcester plate with blue ground scalloped rims; together with six Chelsea style dishes with gilt dentil rims, 19th century, spurious gold anchor marks
8 ¾ in. (24.7 cm.) diameter, the largest
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Gift of Mrs. Horace Hammond, Birmingham, 1965 (the Chelsea and Chelsea style plates).
Bequest of Frances Oliver, 1972 (the Worcester plate).
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