24 January 2011
AN ENGLISH DELFT CHINOISERIE OCTAGONAL PLATE
LAST QUARTER OF THE 17TH CENTURY, LONDON, BRISTOL OR BRISLINGTON
Painted in blue and yellow with a seated figure amongst rockwork and foliage within concentric bands, the border with two further figures
7¾ in. (19.7 cm.) wide
Louis L. Lipski; Sotheby's, London, 17 November 1981, lot 230.
John Philip Kassebaum; Sotheby's, London, 7 October 1992, lot 1.
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