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A DERBY PINK-GROUND PART SERVICE

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A DERBY PINK-GROUND PART SERVICE
CIRCA 1800, BLUE CROSSED BATONS AND D MARK, PAINTED BY WILLIAM PEGG THE QUAKER

Each piece painted in rich colours in pattern no. 212 with a specimen flower within pink rim bordered with gilt lines, named in English on the reverse (gilding worn, some flaking to the enamels and stacking wear to most pieces), comprising:
Four scalloped oval dishes (one broken and restuck, one with a rim crack)--12in. (30.5cm.) wide
One scalloped lozenge-shaped dish--11in. (28cm.) wide
Two shallow circular scalloped bowls (one slightly larger and with iron-red printed crown D mark used 1811-1848)--8¾in. (22.3cm.) diam., the smaller
Twenty dessert plates (star crack to one, three slightly stained, painting on one badly worn)--9½in. (24cm.) diam. (27)

Lot Essay

Cf. John Twitchett, Derby Porcelain, London, 1980, pl. 259 for a plate with identical painting
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