A Chamberlain's Worcester dish Circa 1811-1840
Lot 33
A Chamberlain's Worcester dish Circa 1811-1840
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A Chamberlain's Worcester dish
Circa 1811-1840
Of rectangular form with gilt decorated rocaille scroll border, painted to the centre with various flowers on a brown ground, surrounded with a variety of applied shell and seaweed embellishments, (restored), 32cm x 23cm, puce printed Chamberlain's Worcester, &155 New Bond Street, London, Royal Porcelain Manufactory, together with a small Royal Worcester ornament, 1862, in the form of a variety of shells, raised on the crest of a wave, (restored), 7cm high, green printed mark (2)
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    Edinburgh, EH2 1JX
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