A CHELSEA (GOLD ANCHOR) DARK-BLUE-GROUND TWO-HANDLED ECUELLE, COVER AND STAND
A CHELSEA (GOLD ANCHOR) DARK-BLUE-GROUND TWO-HANDLED ECUELLE, COVER AND STAND

CIRCA 1760, GOLD ANCHOR MARKS

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A CHELSEA (GOLD ANCHOR) DARK-BLUE-GROUND TWO-HANDLED ECUELLE, COVER AND STAND
CIRCA 1760, GOLD ANCHOR MARKS
Painted with vignettes of children after Watteau in garden landscapes, within shaped gilt cartouches, the interior of the tureen and well of stand with gilt sprigs, within gilt dentil rims
The stand 7 ¼ in. (18.5 cm.) diam.
Provenance
Probably, Sir Henry Hope Edwardes, Bt., Wootton Hall, Derbyshire, sold from his estate, Christie’s, 25 April 1901, lot 192 (bought by Robson for £44.2)..
Presumably subsequently acquired by Lt. Col. Herbert James Hope Edwardes, Netley Hall, Shropshire, and by descent.
Lady More (née Hope Edwardes formerly, Coldwell), Netley Hall, and subsequently Linley Hall, Shropshire, and by descent.





Literature
T. Cox, Inventory of the contents of Netley Hall, Shropshire, 1917, p. 4 (drawing room).

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