London, South Kensington
3 November 2011
A BRISTOL DELFT POLYCHROME DISH
CIRCA 1720-1735, POSSIBLY LIMEKILN LANE
Boldly painted in blue, iron-red, ochre and green with an Oriental seated beside a table with vases of flowers beneath willow beside a pavilion within a blue octafoil cartouche, within a border of radiating blue oval medallions with flowering branches divided by iron-red foliage, the underside with circle and dash-ornament
14½ in. (37 cm.) diam.
Brian and Marion Morgan.
The late Mrs. G. I. Cameron; Christie's, London, 2 June 1975, lot 224.
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Michael Archer and Brian Morgan, Fair as China Dishes, Washington, D.C., 1977, p. 74, no. 47.
Jonathan Horne, A Collection of English Pottery, London, 1992, Part XII, no. 330.
D118. The Longridge Catalogue.
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