LIVERPOOL LOBED BLUE & WHITE DISH
Possibly John or James Pennington, England, c1765
The small dish with a lobed and molded rim, the center painted in deep blue with a scene depicting a farmer and his lady beneath
a tree with two cows and a dog in a fenced farmyard within a “Hanging Bud Border”* painted rim
*Ref : a dish of the same form was sold The Watney Collection, Part II, lot 311, where it was attributed to William Reid and James Pennington,
with reference to a similar dish attributed to James Pennington by Simon Spero. It was also noted that plates of this type were the only
Brownlow Hill porcelains bearing European decoration. The “Hanging Bud Border” is also found on other porcelains c1765 by
John or James Pennington (Watney Part II, Lot 315 and Part III, Lot 1101)..
Condition : One well restored surface flake to the rim upper surface 7:30
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Liverpool Lobed Blue & White Dish, Possibly John of James Pennington, c1765, European decoration and "Hanging Bud Border"