London, South Kensington
18 September 2007
A ROYAL WORCESTER CHARGER
DATE CODE FOR 1931, PUCE PRINTED AND IMPRESSED MARKS
Painted by R. Sebright with a cluster of three apples, a bunch of grapes and berries on a bed of earth and autumnal leaves, signed, within a gilt-lined rim
15½ in. (39.3 cm.) diam.
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