Lot 111 View Catalog
DERBY PORCELAIN (ROBERT BLOOR PERIOD) CENTERPIECE DISH ON FOOT, the large basket of rounded, rectangular form with lightly-pinched waist and sides, the cerule-form handles applied to the sides, the body press-molded in low relief with lion's heads to each corner and scrolls alternating with foliate wreathes to the inner border, with gilt line rims to edge and to handles, painted with sprig pattern, also known as Bourbon Sprig or Angouleme Sprig, with cornflowers and leaves on stems, scattered on the body and undersides, iron-red crown, crossed batons, dots and D. Circa 1810-1850. 4" H, 11 1/2" W, 9" D.
Provenance: Property of a North Carolina Collector.
|Estimate||$200 – $300|