14 - 15 June 2016
This lot is offered without a reserve
A BRISTOL DELFT BRICK AND THREE PLATES
CIRCA 1750-1760, THE PLATE WITH BLUE BASKET OF FLOWERS ATTRIBUTED TO LIMEKILN LANE, THE PLATE WITH FIGURES IN MANGANESE WITH FLOWERS ATTRIBUTED TO JOHN BOWEN
8 ¾ in. (22.2 cm.) diameter, the figural plate
F. Rathbone, London (the powdered manganese plate).
Rogers Fund, 1913 (powdered manganese plate).
Gift of Mrs. Russell S. Carter, 1938 (the two scenic plates).
Purchase, Anita M. Linzee Bequest, 1936 (the brick).
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Avery, "English Pottery - Recent Acquisition", Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, March 1937, o.s. 32, p. 66.
This lot is offered without reserve.
PROPERTY OF THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART, SOLD TO BENEFIT THE ACQUISITIONS FUND
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