London, South Kensington
26 April 2001
A London delft blue dash tulip charger
painted in blue, pale-green and yellow with tulips and husks issuing from a mound, within a blue-line and blue dash border, circa 1690 (cracked at 10 o'clock and around well, footrim and rim chips and repair, some flaking and losses to glaze) -- 34.5cm. diam.
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Cf. Frank Britton, English delftware in the Bristol Collection (1982), p. 57, No. 3.23; see also the example sold at Christie's King Street, 27 February 1989, lot 108.
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