London, South Kensington
1 November 2001
An English creamware shaped oval dish
moulded with trailing fruiting vine, enriched in green and manganese, below a scroll-moulded rim, circa 1770 (a restored crack and chips to rim) -- 22cm. wide
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Cf. H. Gilbert Bradley, Ceramics of Derbyshire 1750-1975 (1978), pp. 74 & 75, no. 98 for a Derby porcelain dish of similar form; see also lot 210, sold at Christie's King Street, 6th June 1988.
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