England, c1765-70



The deep geranium-leaf lobed dish molded and painted in bright blue
with fruiting grape vines, small blossoms and scattered insects
within a shaped feuille-de-choux rim,
the verso with a pseudo Oriental character mark


Condition: Excellent with only a glaze flake to the rim,

and a burned red glaze skip indicating the skip before firing;

no glaze skips to the center surface molding or glaze, only reflections seen in the images;

normal wear to the footrim


Ref : For related wares, see Bow Porcelain, Gabszewicz & Freeman, p.78


9 7/8" Long x 8" Deep x 2" High


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Showing two flaws at rim - one (left) a glaze flake / one (right) a burned red glaze skip



Also See :


Bow Scroll Pattern Plate, & Dublin Delft Scroll Pattern Plate after the Bow

England, c1750-2, & Ireland, c1755-60

The Bow an exact copy of a Chinese export original;
example above bearing label for English Ceramic Circle Exhibition, 1948.

Bow influence on Dublin delftwares discussed Irish Delftware (2000), Francis, pp. 105-6



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Bow Porcelain Molded & Lobed Blue & White Leaf Dish, c1765