Worcester small plate, c.1770, decorated in the Giles workshop with Fancy Birds, 17.8cm
Lot 225
A Worcester small plate circa 1765-70
Sold for £3,600 (US$ 6,093) inc. premium
Lot Details
A Worcester small plate
circa 1765-70
Decorated in the workshop of James Giles, painted in bright colours with a 'fancy bird' perched on a tall rock, another smaller bird perched on a branch to one side, the border with two insects and a raspberry sprig, within a shaped brown line rim, 17.6cm diam
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