24 January 2011
THREE ENGLISH DELFT BLUE AND WHITE PICKLE-DISHES
CIRCA 1750-1770, PROBABLY LIVERPOOL
Comprising: two similar triangular dishes, each painted with a bird among grasses within a scroll-pattern border and a heart-shaped dish painted with stylized flowers below a border of scrolls
4½ in. (11.4 cm.) long, the two triangular dishes (3)
Group Captain A. Frank Britton, London; Sotheby's, London, 4 June 1996, lots 154 and 156.
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