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18th Century Liverpool Delft Two Cockerels Tin Glaze Pottery Plate - Former Warner Collection. (Code 2611)

  • £19500


Description

A mid 18th century Liverpool delft plate.  The pattern is known as 'two cockerels' and is attributable to Liverpool from fragments excavated from the site as part of the Garner Investigation.  The plate also has collection stickers for the Moreton Collection which was sold at Sotheby's in the early 1980's and for the Warner Collection (Professor Sir Frederick Edward Warner) a noted collector who led a science team to Chernobyl following the nuclear disaster.

The plate has a bluish glaze and there are diaper bands and artemesia leaves in the Chinese style.  A similar plate dated 1745 is held at the V&A London.

 

Condition

Chips throughout the rim and scratches as can be seen in the images.  Minor glaze flaws from production.
 

Measurements (Approx)

Diameter:  25.8 cm   ( 10 1/8 inch )

Weight: 438 grams (before packing)


Stock Code:  2611  MY21-5

 

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