9 July 2001
A Derby armorial oval serving dish from the Barry service
Circa 1800, Duesbury & Kean, crowned crossed batons and D marks in gold, incised 17
The central arms within an oak leaf and acorn garland edged by gilt bands reserved on a dark-blue-ground gilt with circles, stars and dots, within a black border enamelled with a pink roses and green foliage border between gilt-line rims
17 in. (43 cm.) long
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Cf. John Twitchett, 'Derby Porcelain' (London, 1980), p.195, where the author attributes the painting to John Brewer or Edward Withers.
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