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Antique English Chelsea Porcelain Dishes decorated with Vegetables, Circa 1758--60 - image 1 of 3

The Antique English Chelsea porcelain dishes, after the Meissen, are of an unusual deep octagonal form and are very well painted with a central composition of different fruit and vegetables. One includes a large capped mushroom, carrots and turnips. The other dish has a peach, carrots and large mushroom and gooseberries. Each with scattered vegetables and leaves to the rim. The border with red/brown line.

Dimensions: Length: 7 3/5 inches; Depth: 7 1/10 inches; Height: 2 1/10 inches

Mark: Small brown anchor.

Provenance:
The Antique Porcelain Company, London
Emil Mosbacher, Jr. Collection. Greenwich, Connecticut

ITEM ID
ny6042
TYPE
Antique
DEPTH
7.1" (18 cm)
THEME
English Country
WIDTH
7.75" (20 cm)
AGE
18th Century

Earle D. Vandekar of Knightsbridge, Inc.

Paul Vandekar
Post Office Box 55
Maryknoll
NY 10545
Tel: (212) 308-2022
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    Antique English Chelsea Porcelain Dishes decorated with Vegetables, Circa 1758--60

    $5,500