14 - 15 June 2016
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A SELECTION OF ENGLISH PORCELAIN IMARI DESSERT WARES
CIRCA 1820, VARIOUS IMPRESSED MARKS AND PAINTED NUMERALS
Comprising: a Coalport part service painted with trailing lotus including a footed compote, two lozenge shaped dishes, a shaped oval dish, eleven dessert plates, and four saucer dishes; a pair of Coalport plates with flowering vine; a Coalport square dish; a Minton plate with flower-filled vase; three Chamberlain's Worcester dessert plates, pattern no. 1309; together with eleven Derby plates with vine borders
10 ¼ in. (26 cm.) wide, the footed compote
Anonymous sale; Christie's, New York, 1 March 2011, lot 237 (part).
With R. Brook, Ltd. (the Derby plates, according to sticker).
Anonymous sale; Doyle, New York, 10 September 2013, lot 593 (the Derby plates, according to sticker).
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