London, South Kensington
12 May 2015
A LARGE FAMILLE ROSE FIGURAL CHARGER
THE ENAMELS 18TH CENTURY, THE PORCELAIN POSSIBLY EARLIER
The dish is decorated in enamels and gilt with two ladies conversing by a pavilion in a garden with a lotus pond. The well has a scrolling leafy border with scattered flower heads and fruits, and the underside is decorated with three iron red floral sprigs.
15 ¾ in . (40 cm.) diam.
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