London, South Kensington
19 October 2000
A London delft portrait charger
painted in blue, yellow and green with a full-length portrait of a Duke, possibly the Duke of Cumberland, standing in formal robes, holding a coronet in his left hand, initialled DC, between sponged trees within concentric circles, first quarter of the 18th century (sections of the rim broken and repaired, rim chips and flakes) -- 34.5cm diam.
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