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TWO GRAINGER'S WORCESTER CLARET-GROUND RECTANGULAR TOPOGRAPHICAL PLAQUES
TWO GRAINGER'S WORCESTER CLARET-GROUND RECTANGULAR TOPOGRAPHICAL PLAQUES

CIRCA 1825-30, IRON-RED SCRIPT MARKS FOR LONDON AND BRIGHTON PAVILION

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TWO GRAINGER'S WORCESTER CLARET-GROUND RECTANGULAR TOPOGRAPHICAL PLAQUES
CIRCA 1825-30, IRON-RED SCRIPT MARKS FOR LONDON AND BRIGHTON PAVILION
The first painted with a view of St. Paul's Cathedral in London from the Thames, the second with figures standing before Brighton Pavilion, each within an elaborate leaf, shell, scroll and fruiting vine-moulded frame enriched in gilding
2½ in. (21.5 cm.) x 7¼ in. (18.5 cm.) (2)

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See the similar plaques illustrated by Henry and John Sandon, Grainger's Worcester Porcelain, London, 1989, p. 150, fig. 151.
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