A Swansea oval moulded dish, circa 1815-17The border with C-scroll moulding, locally painted with a central rose spray and small flower sprigs around the border, 26cm wide, together with a Swansea plate from the Burdett-Coutts service and a Swansea shell-shaped dessert dish, circa 1815-17 The plate painted in the Sims workshop in London, with a basket of colourful flowers resting on a grassy bank, within gilded border and dentil rim, 23cm diameter, the shell-shaped dessert dish painted with a Japan pattern, 21cm, script mark in red (3)next page
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