20 - 21 September 2004
A STAFFORDSHIRE BLUE AND WHITE PRINTED POTTERY SERVING DISH
CIRCA 1830, WITH A BANNER TITLED 'EATON HALL/CHESHIRE/EARL GROSVENOR'S SEAT'
Of shaped rectangular from printed with figures standing and on horseback before Eaton Hall, within a border of full-blown roses and other flowers and foliage, cracked and stained
21¼ in. (54 cm.) wide
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This show's William Pordern's Gothic Eaton Hall of circa 1803.
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