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TWO WORCESTER 'BLIND EARL' DISHES
CIRCA 1760
Each of typical form, moulded with a green and pink budding rose branch and painted in colours with a bouquet and scattered sprigs, one with a moth, within scalloped rim enriched with gilt scrolls, both cracked, 7½in. (19cm.) diam.; together with a similar Worcester 'Blind Earl' dish, moulded with budding rose branch and painted in colours with a bouquet and scattered sprigs within scalloped rim enriched in iron-red, some wear, 7¾in. (19.7cm.) diam.; and a similarly moulded sweetmeat dish with branch handle and painted with floral garlands suspended from the scalloped gilt dentil rim, broken and restuck, 5¾in. (14.5cm.) diam. (4)
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