London, South Kensington
15 February 2001
A Chamberlain's Worcester shaped oval plaque
painted in sepia with a view of Worcester, painted mark, circa 1795 (some rubbing to gilding) -- 17.5cm. wide; and a Coalport shaped rectangular basket, painted with sheep in a landscape before a village, within a border of scrolling foliage, the sides moulded and gilt with stylised leaves, circa 1825 (handle cracked, rubbing to gilding) -- 15.5cm. wide
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Cf. The companion Chamberlain's Worcester plaque sold in our St. James's Rooms, 20 October 1986, Lot 319.
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