London, South Kensington
1 November 2001
A Ridgway dark-blue-ground part dessert service
painted with various still lives of urns and baskets issuing fruit and flowers, with gilt roundels below fretted peach-ground mirror-shaped cartouche flanked by richly gilt peach-ground scrolls issuing gilt ears of corn, below shaped rims, comprising: two two-handled comports, four two-handled low comports and twelve dessert plates, painted iron-red pattern 2767, circa 1845 (some damages and repair)
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Cf. Geoffrey Godden, Staffordshire Porcelain (1883), p. 194, pl. 301.
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