London, South Kensington
15 February 2001
A Liverpool (Pennington's) blue and white bowl
printed to the exterior with a vignette of fisherman on a river bank before a sailing boat and a house, the reverse with a sailing scene, the interior with a sailing boat at sea, beneath double-line rim, circa 1780 (rim crack, some surface scratches) -- 18cm. diam.; and a small Liverpool (Chaffers) fluted bowl painted with the 'Jumping Boy' pattern, circa 1760 (broken in half and restuck, with small associated chips)
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Cf. Bernard Watney, Liverpool Porcelain of the Eighteenth Century (1997), p. 88, fig. 349, for the first.
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