London, South Kensington
30 November 2000
A Continental fayence blue and white fluted dish
perhaps Hanau, painted with buildings in landscape, within a roundel issuing pendant husk ornament, the border with similar pendant husks, circa 1720 (damaged and repaired to rim) -- 32.5cm. diam.; and a French faience dish of similar form, probably Le Croisic, painted in blue, yellow, ochre and outlined in manganese with a figures, standing pointing, below a border of scrolls, circa 1700 (the rim broken and repaired) -- 31cm. diam.
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