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A Chelsea plate of 'Hans Sloane' type

CIRCA 1756, RED ANCHOR MARK

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A Chelsea plate of 'Hans Sloane' type
Circa 1756, red anchor mark
Painted with a spray of blue flowers and a smaller spray of daffodils, the border with two butterflies and a beetle, within a shaped brown-line rim.
8½ in. (21.6 cm.) wide
Provenance
Reputedly William Beckford.
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Please note that this plate is painted with a spray of convolvulus and a butterfly, ladybird and other insects, not with the flowers described in the catalogue.
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