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A WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE STRAWBERRY LEAF DISH, TWO 'BLIND EARL' DISHES AND A LEAF-SHAPED PICKLE DISH
A WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE STRAWBERRY LEAF DISH, TWO 'BLIND EARL' DISHES AND A LEAF-SHAPED PICKLE DISH

CIRCA 1755 AND BLUE WORKMAN'S TH TO THE FIRST, CIRCA 1770 AND OPEN CRESCENT MARKS TO THE OTHER THREE

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A WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE STRAWBERRY LEAF DISH, TWO 'BLIND EARL' DISHES AND A LEAF-SHAPED PICKLE DISH
Circa 1755 and blue workman's th to the first, circa 1770 and open crescent marks to the other three
The serrated leaf moulded with veins and decorated in the 'Leaf Dish Fence' pattern of a flowering tree within a fence, 7in. (19cm.) wide overall; the larger 'Blind Earl' dish 7in. (19.6cm.) wide; the smaller as a sweetmeat dish with branch handle, 5.7/8in. (14.8cm.) wide overall; the pickle dish decorated in the 'giliflower' pattern within a shaded feuille-de-choux rim, 3.3/8in. (8.5cm.) wide overall (4)
Provenance
With D.M.&P. Manheim, New York (the larger 'Blind Earl' dish)

Lot Essay

See Albert Amor Ltd, The Paul B. Zeisler Jr. Collection of 18th Century English Blue & White Porcelain, London, 1986, fig. 26 for the serrated leaf-shaped dish and fig. 66 for a 'Blind Earl' dish similar to the present examples
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