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THREE CHELSEA PORCELAIN 'HANS SLOANE' PLATES
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THREE CHELSEA PORCELAIN 'HANS SLOANE' PLATES

CIRCA 1755, IRON-RED ANCHOR MARKS TO ALL, THE FIRST WITH THREE SPUR PATCHES, THE SECOND WITH A PAINTED 6, THE LAST WITH A PAINTED 3

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THREE CHELSEA PORCELAIN 'HANS SLOANE' PLATES
CIRCA 1755, IRON-RED ANCHOR MARKS TO ALL, THE FIRST WITH THREE SPUR PATCHES, THE SECOND WITH A PAINTED 6, THE LAST WITH A PAINTED 3
All painted with scattered insects and with brown line rims; the first with a yellow fruit, a butterfly, a yellow berry branch, and a blue dahlia; the second with large spiky cactus with a pink bloom and a branch of berries; the last with a butterfly among lily of the valley, a radish and flower sprigs
9 ½ in. (20.4 cm.) diameter, the largest
Provenance
With D.M.& P. Manheim Antiques, New York, December 1978 (the lily of the valley plate).
The John T. Dorrance, Jr. Collection; Sotheby's, New York, 20 October 1988, lot 226 (the cactus plate).
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