CHELSEA PORCELAIN 1756 – 1769

 

A Gold Anchor Period Chelsea Porcelain Plate, 1756-1769. The Thickly Moulded Plate is in the Style of Vincennes. The Center is of a Relaxed Open Spray of Garden Flowers, the Moulded and Gilded Border is Decorated with Exotic Birds. The Center of the Base with a Gold Anchor Mark for the Chelsea Factory. Three Stilt Marks to the Base.

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Condition: in very good condition. Minor grazing lines.

Size: Diameter : 22 cm (8 1/2 inches)

Provenance:

References: A similar plate is in the Victoria and Albert Museum Place of origin: London, England (made) Date: ca. 1755 (made) Artist/Maker: Chelsea Porcelain factory (manufacturer) Materials and Techniques: Porcelain painted with enamels and moulded Credit Line: Given by Lady Charlotte Schreiber Museum number: 414:351-1885 Gallery location: Ceramics Study Galleries, Britain & Europe, room 139, case 3, shelf 8

Stock number: 24510.

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