Chelsea Porcelain grape leaf dish

Red Anchor Period, England, circa 1755



 Well painted, of concave grape leaf form with serrated edged, the interior with puce veining centering floral spray all within a yellow and bright green rim, small red anchor mark and spur marks verso


Condition : Excellent; the enamels in excellent state; a few very tiny chips to the serrated rim; very light scratches to the underside glaze edge; small glaze skip to dish center


8” Long x 7.75” Wide






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Also See :



Chelsea Porcelain 'Damask'd"

Octagonal Soup Plate

England, c1754-5 (Red Anchor)

Molded after the Meissen Gotzkowsky erhaben blumen pattern

centering two shadowed butterflies;

 small red anchor verso,

with 3 spurs ; 9.25" Diameter



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Chelsea Porcelain Polychrome Grape Leaf  Dish, Red Anchor Period, England, c1755