CIRCA 1900, GOLD PRINTED CROWNED GLOBE MARK, GREEN SCRIPT T. AND GILT K, IMPRESSED <>, THE PAINTING ATRRIBUTED TO JAMES EDWARD DEAN
A MINTONS TURQUOISE-GROUND SALAD BOWL
Circa 1900, gold printed crowned globe mark, green script T. and gilt K, impressed <>, the painting atrributed to James Edward Dean
After the Sèvres service made for the Prince de Rohan, finely painted front and back with exotic birds in a landscape vignette reserved within a gilt band chased with Vitruvian scrolls issuing grasses and an oak-leaf surround extending into a ribbon-tied wreath and linking the two panels, gilt line rim, the interior with a gilt dentil band
9½in. (24.2cm.) diameter
See Paul Atterbury and Maureen Batkin, The Dictionary of Minton, The Antique Collector's Club, 1990, p.137 for the montieth from the same service as the present bowl, its bird painting attributed to James Edward Dean.