6 December 2004
A LOWESTOFT BLUE AND WHITE LEAF-MOULDED PICKLE-DISH
CIRCA 1760-62, PAINTER'S NUMERAL 6 TO FOOTRIM
Painted with trailing flowers within a loop and husk border and serrated rim, the underside with raised veins
3 7/8 in. (10 cm.) wide
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Fenichell Basmajian, New York, 1-15 November 2001, no. 108.
Cf. Christopher Spencer, Early Lowestoft (Falmouth, 1981), fig. 113 (left).
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