An English delft oak leaf charger Circa 1670.
Lot 15*
An English delft oak leaf charger Circa 1670.
Sold for £1,560 (US$ 2,622) inc. premium
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An English delft oak leaf charger
Circa 1670.
Possibly London, painted in blue, green, ochre and yellow with large leaf motifs amongst small stylised buds, within a double line roundel, the border with panels of buds and leaves alternating with diaper pattern, blue dashes to the rim, with tin-glazed back, 35.3cm diam (broken and restored)

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  • For a similar charger with diaper pattern and split oak leaves to the borders, see Michael Archer and Brian Morgan, Fair as China Dishes (1977), p 35, fig 14. Other related dishes are illustrated by Leslie B. Grigsby, The Longridge Collection (2000), p 184, fig D159 and Michael Archer, The Dating of Delftware Chargers, ECC Trans, Vol 11, Part 2, pl 55, figs b and c
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