London, South Kensington
15 February 2001
Four Paris plates
painted with scenes depicting figures in a mountainous landscape, a fisherman and companion and a cowherdsman before a river landscape, figures before a shrine, and figures and a mule on a cobbled road, within a gilt border burnished with flowerheads within trellis-pattern sections, painted No.s 6-9, circa 1820 (rubbing to gilding and surface scratches, some chips which are mainly to footrims) -- 23cm. diam.
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