24 January 2011
A BRISTOL DELFT BLUE AND WHITE CHINOISERIE RECTANGULAR 'BRICK'
Both long sides painted with a lady and serving boy in an interior, each end with a ship, the upper surface pierced with three rows of apertures with dot and flower-head ornament
6¼ in. (16 cm.) wide
Kenneth Hammitt; Skinner Inc., Boston, 11 December 1993, lot 64.
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