A Chelsea dish Circa 1758-60.
Lot 53
A Chelsea dish Circa 1758-60.
Sold for £660 (US$ 1,109) inc. premium
Lot Details
A Chelsea dish
Circa 1758-60.
In the form of two overlapping leaves, painted with a botanical specimen, possibly evening primrose, the yellow flowers delicately outlined in brown, the stem with buds and narrow leaves, upon a network of pink veining, the rims in bright green, 28cm long, brown anchor mark (some very minor wear to enamels)
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