London, South Kensington
29 March 2001
A Delft (De Porceleyne Schotel) blue and white pierced shaped oval straining dish
with scroll-moulded handles, painted with loose sprays of flowers within a border painted with flowerheads reserved on a ground of dots and diagonal lines, on three conical feet, painted mark, circa 1770 (rim chips) -- 27cm. diam.; a Delft blue and white charger, 18th century -- 39cm. diam.; a Delft inkwell, probably German; a Continental faience rectangular panel painted with gentlemen and hounds; and an octagonal box and hinged cover (5)
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Cf. C.H. de Jonge, Delft Ceramics (1970), p. 136, pl. 144 for a similar straining dish to the lead item.
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