20 May 2008
A CHELSEA SAUCE-BOAT AND A LEAF-SHAPED STAND
CIRCA 1755, IRON-RED ANCHOR MARKS TO BOTH
Each of leaf form painted with flower sprays and bouquets, brown-line rims; the sauce-boat with stalk-handle, applied and molded with strawberry blooms and buds, raised on four leaf feet; the stand with puce-moulded veins, the underside applied with a trailing stalk as the foot and extending to form the loop handle
9 in. (22.8 cm.) long, the stand (2)
Anonymous sale; Christie's, New York, 27 October 1988, lot 36.
With Jonny's Antiques, Shakespeare, Ontario, 18 May 1989.
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London, Stockspring Antiques, An Exhibition of Chelsea Porcelain, 15-22 March 1988, nos. 24 & 27.
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