18 June 2008
A LONDON DELFT POLYCHROME BLUE-DASH SMALL FRUIT CHARGER
Boldly painted with four ochre and blue apples flanked by blue-edged green foliage within a yellow band and blue-dash border, extensively damaged and repaired
12¾ in. (32.5 cm.) diameter
A manuscript on the reverse records 'This Goose Plate was 200 years in one family at Woodlesford, near Leeds from 1677.'
The Mrs. F. L. Dickson Collection, sale Sotheby's London, 5-6 March 1968, lot 239.
Acquired from Jellinek & Sampson Antiques, 1 October 1974.
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