London, South Kensington
26 April 2001
A Hicks, Meigh & Johnson part dinner service
printed in green with scrolling flowers and foliage issuing from a vase, within a roundel, below a border of scrolling flowers, enriched in rose-pink, iron-red, green and gilt, the rim moulded with flower sprays, the reverse printed with further sprays, comprising: a two-handled pierced centrepiece, a square-shaped dish, two rectangular-shaped dishes and twelve shaped dinner plates, printed mark and painted 181, circa 1830 (some damages) (a lot)
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Cf. Geoffrey A. Godden, Mason's China and Ironstone Wares (1980), p. 231, pl. 324 and 326, for related shapes and patterns.
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