A grouping of Historical Blue small plates of American scenes
Lot 1096
An assembled grouping of English blue and white historical Staffordshire
Sold for US$ 2,074 inc. premium
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Lot Details
An assembled grouping of English blue and white historical Staffordshire
first half 19th century
Comprising four toy serving pieces each depicting a man accompanied by two boys a flying kite or playing with a hoop, before a tombstone indistinctly inscribed In the Memory of Franklin, including tureen with cover, length between handles 3in (7.5cm); oval platter, length 4in (10.25cm); oval bowl, length 4 1/8in (10.5cm) and square bowl; Joseph Stubbs plate with 'City Hall, New York', (Larsen 228), diameter 6 3/4in (17cm); single handle dish with partial view of bridge over a river, greatest width 5 3/4in (14.5cm); Franklin's Morals plate with 'The Used Key is Always Bright', diameter 6 5/8in; Enoch Wood cup plate with 'Landing of the Pilgrims', (Larsen 1), diameter 5 5/8in; cup plate with pilgrim and two Indians, diameter 3 3/4in (9.5cm); cup plate with eagle perched on jardinière, highlighted in polychrome and a cup plate painted in polychrome with eagle and shield, diameter 3 1/2in (9cm) together with two Enoch Wood & Sons cup plates with 'Armitage Park, Staffordshire' and another depicting building with columns supporting central pediment, diameter 4 5/8in (12cm) and cup plate with urn beneath a willow and temple in distance, diameter 4 3/4in (12cm)
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