9 July 2001
A Chelsea stand for a finger-bowl
The centre painted in the manner of Jefferyes Hammet O'Neale with two tigers in a wooded landscape, with birds in flight above and blue mountains in the distance, brown rocks in the foreground, within a purple and red double circle cartouche, the border with three specimen flowers within a shaped brown-line rim (two minute glaze blemishes to front surface at five and seven o'clock towards the edge of the cartouche)
5 3/8 in. (13.8 cm.) diam.
Selwyn Parkinson, sale Sotheby's, 11th October 1966, lot 240.
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Frank Tilley, 'Chelsea and First Period Worcester Porcelain in the Parkinson Collection', Antique Collector, June 1962, fig. 9.
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